The market will dictate whether Mitsubishi Motors Corp. exports its new Z global family of small cars to North America, says Rolf Eckrodt, executive vice president and chief operating officer. "I think there is room for smaller cars in the U.S. in the future," he says in interviews with Ward’s. "It will happen and we are ready to go." At the Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi unveils two concept versions of the global platform developed in tandem with DaimlerChrysler AG’s Smart division. The ...
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