The next-generation Chrysler Sebring sedan will be based on a new platform that will debut next year in Europe as the underpinnings of the Alfa Romeo Milano, Ward’s learns. The platform, dubbed C-EVO, is scalable, enabling it to accommodate the all-new C-segment Milano and the Sebring, which currently competes among D-segment vehicles. But the next-generation Sebring will not be a rebadged Milano, says a source with knowledge of Chrysler LLC’s plans. It will be engineered as a Chrysler ...

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