Chrysler’s Crossfire rival for the Audi TT will not be built on the current Mercedes-Benz SLK platform, says Wolfgang Bernhard who ran AMG before becoming Chrysler Group chief operating officer. "We looked at it, but couldn’t use the SLK because the maximum possible wheel size is only 17 ins. I know, because at AMG we did everything to try and get the biggest possible wheels for the SLK, and 17s are as big as it can take. "There’s also the question of the exhaust system. The SLK’s exhaust ...
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