GENEVA – DaimlerChrysler AG’s Smart brand is taking a close look at whether it can source additional engines from Tritec Motors Ldta, a joint venture between DC’s Chrysler Group and BMW AG. Tritec was formed before the merger that created DC. The JV currently supplies engines for use in BMW’s Mini small car, a relationship BMW wants to sever once its contract runs out. Smart could source engines from Tritec JV in Brazil. Juergen Hubbert, who oversees DC’s Mercedes-Benz, ...

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