If DaimlerChrysler Corp. meets its goal of making the plastic-bodied, diesel/electric hybrid-powered ESX3 affordable by '04, look for it to go into production by '07, says Thomas Moore, vice president Liberty and Technical Affairs, Engineering Technologies. The head of the company's off-site think tank has a couple major goals: surround himself with talent in an environment that breeds invention; and getting the concepts into production. Projects like the CCV, or China Concept Vehicle as ...

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