said Friday it has completed the transfer of its majority stake in the Chrysler Group to a subsidiary of Cerberus Capital Management L.
on Friday because the French government could not agree with Lagardere SCA and DaimlerChrysler AG
over how to finance the program, the two people said.
said Wednesday that other German automakers are likely to end up using the name of its Bluetec clean diesel technology in the United States.
and General Motors Corporation recently announced they plan to work together to develop a two-mode full hybrid propulsion architecture for applications in GM, Chrysler Group and Mercedes Car Group vehicles.
Bloomberg news service recently reported that DaimlerChrysler AG
delivered a Mercedes-Benz F-Cell fuel cell vehicle (FCV) to German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder earlier this month for use by the German Chancellery.
On April 1, Chrysler, a unit of DaimlerChrysler AG
, reported that it was reviewing two advertising agencies--Don Coleman Advertising and Montemayor y Asociados of San Antonio, Texas--to help the automaker "address the urban marketplace as effectively as possible.
agreed to take full control of two joint ventures it created with DaimlerChrysler AG
and Ford Motor Co.
The German automaker sold 22,800 C-Class models worldwide in January of this year, a 106% increase over the same period last year, according to Stephan Ori, spokesman for DaimlerChrysler AG
The automobile giant DaimlerChrysler AG
has informed the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors (MMC), in which it already holds a 34% stake, that it plans to acquire the 3.
has signed a multi-year, $250 million agreement to supply medium-duty truck transmission components to DaimlerChrysler AG
initially turned down an offer General Motors Corp.
With the delivery of these vehicles, which will drive in regular operation, we are making a statement in Germany -- the technology has now outgrown the research stage once and for all," said DaimlerChrysler AG
board of management member with responsibility for research and technology and the development of the Mercedes Car Group Thomas Weber.