DaimlerChrysler Corp. will invest $624 million in brick and mortar to build a new V-6 engine at its Kenosha, WI, assembly plant in time for the '03 model year. DCC wouldn't provide details about the new powerplant, but one industry source says the V-6 will be a transverse version of the automaker's longitudinal (North-South) 3.5L single-overhead-cam engine now available in the 300M and LHS. It is unclear what vehicles will get the engine, but DCC is due to launch new Intrepid, Concorde and ...

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