NEW YORK – DaimlerChrysler AG may own a majority stake in Mitsubishi Motors Corp., but Mitsubishi seems to be holding the cards when it comes to platform sharing. Mitsubishi’s next-generation Lancer subcompact, due out for the ’06 model year, will serve as the basis for both the Chrysler Group C-platform, on which the Neon and PT Cruiser ride, and a stretched version that will provide the underpinnings for the midsize D-segment (Stratus and Sebring) vehicles. PS platform may ...

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