For a year auto enthusiasts waited. Chrysler toyed with us by giving test drives and showing that the ME Four-Twelve was not just a concept, but a full-running supercar. They said they'd build it if it made financial sense. Guess what? It doesn't. DCX pulled the rug from under us by announcing that they could not make spending "hundreds of millions of dollars" while the company is still rebuilding. Why do we have to be constantly reminded who wears the pants in the DCX family?
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