DaimlerChrysler Corp. last week gave the nod to its Toluca, Mexico, plant as the site for expansion of PT Cruiser production. The move, which calls for an investment of $300 million, will increase North American output of the popular retro model by 80,000 units annually, for a total of 260,000. Ironically, the same day, General Motors Corp. revealed it has lured the PT's designer, Bryan Nesbitt, to head up styling for its Chevrolet Div. Mr. Nesbitt, 32, is considered one of the hottest ...

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