CHELSEA, MI – When asked if redesigning the iconic PT Cruiser is even a possibility, Chrysler Group Executive Larry Lyons shrugs and says, “That's the $64,000 question.” The auto maker may have come up with $32,000 worth of answers for the '06 model year, reconfiguring the interior and exterior of the cult C-segment cross/utility vehicle and convertible car in hopes of fanning interest in the aging nameplate, even as a cross-town competitor, General Motors Corp., brings its similar HHR ...

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