After months of promising work to see if the shared compact car platform being developed for the Chrysler Group and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. can be stretched to include midsize cars, the final decision is within sight. “We’re pretty close,” Chrysler Chief Operating Officer Wolfgang Bernhard tells Ward’s. “It looks very good.” Dodge Neon could be part of larger shared platform. The initial plan was for one shared platform for C-segment cars (Dodge Neon and Mitsubishi Lancer) ...

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