They say couples, with time, inadvertently start thinking alike. It would be one explanation for the creation of two sports tourers: the Chrysler Pacifica and Mercedes GST (for Grand Sports Tourer) Vision, by two separate divisions of the same parent company: DaimlerChrysler. The concepts began as separate ideas a couple years ago. The idea men and design studios were an ocean apart when they started sketching early drawings of a tall wagon of sorts: an alternative to a large car that ...

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