With a relatively new product lineup, including the PT Cruiser and the '01 Sebring family, DaimlerChrysler Corp. is setting ambitious sales goals around the globe for itsbrand. While executives are forecasting only a slight increase in worldwide vehicle sales - 100,000 units to 3.3 million worldwide in 2000, the real growth is expected to happen during the next 10 years, especially in Europe. Chrysler-Jeep yearly deliveries in Europe will rise from 110,000-120,000 currently to 200,000 annually by 2003-2004, says Thomas R. Marinelli, vice president of the Chrysler/Jeep Div. Chrysler will account for 60% of those projected annual sales, with most of the growth gained from the PT Cruiser. Among the fresh products are the three Chrysler Sebrings. Annual Sebring sales are projected at 100,000-plus units with the convertible and sedan accounting evenly for 80% of orders.