GENEVA – DaimlerChrysler AG will put its convertible PT Cruiser, shown in concept form a year ago at the New York Auto Show, in dealer showrooms in early 2004, Chrysler Group President and CEO Dieter Zetsche reveals here. The rag top, to be called PT Cruiser Cabrio in Europe, marks the first major departure from the original PT Cruiser; there have been several limited edition models that merely altered its exterior appearance, including the Flames and Woodies versions. Critics contend ...

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