DETROIT -- The Chrysler Crossfire debuted last year as a concept car, and the sports coupe stood out in a pack of other somewhat confused designs that were labeled “angry appliances” by one well-known critic. Now Chrysler is showing off a sleeker production version of the rear-drive 2-seater that will be built in Germany in early 2003 by Wilhelm Karmann GmbH, a well-known builder of niche vehicles. While labeled a Chrysler, it will be composed of almost 40% Mercedes-Benz parts, including ...
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