When Chrysler unveiled its ME Four-Twelve supercar concept at the Detroit auto show earlier this month, the question many were asking was, “Why?” With the auto maker still reeling from financial setbacks of the past few years, critics question whether this is the right time for Chrysler to be taking its eye off the business basics of creating bread-and-butter cars and trucks for the masses. In case you missed it, the ME Four-Twelve is designed to be a Ferrari killer. Its 12-cyl., ...
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