Industry sources say DaimlerChrysler AG is preparing an expansion of its Kenosha, WI, engine plant for high-volume production of its all-aluminum 3.5L DOHC V-6. The company recently announced an expansion at Kenosha, and it is expected that the 3.5L V-6 will be one product to enjoy higher-volume production as a result. The apparent twist: The new Kenosha-built engines are rumored to be designed for transverse installation — currently, the only application for the engine, the LH large-car ...

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