DaimlerChrysler Corp. finally confirmed what has been expected for more than a year — it will build a Neon-derived sport/utility vehicle (SUV) in Mexico for '01 sale. The sporty PT (personal transportation) Cruiser, which borrows heavily from the Pronto Cruizer concept in Geneva and the lines of 1940s hot rods, is a descendent of the Plymouth Pronto the automaker showed in Detroit three years ago. The flashy 5-door SUV can accommodate several different storage configurations, including ...

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