The term "Hybrid" conjures up different images to different people.
With its cars growing, just how big will Minis get before they're called Maxis?
Why Chrysler is destroying some of its most precious cars
any news on this? the 300's looks coomon now
I would like to know when its coming out because I will be getting me one I have been waiting for them to bring this car out the first time i hope it comes out please email me when it does congrats
It's cool. I like it a lot.
Whoa..this is a seriously ugly car. Whoever designed that should stop sniffing glue.
Very stylish! will resonate with a lot of hip hop and generation Y buyers, who cherish the luxury look but not so the luxury price....Please don't loose the suicide doors.
Predict a success, much more that the new chrysler 300!
BAUTIFUL CAR IS THE MOST IMPRESIVE CAR I EVER SEEN I LIKE IT ALOT CONGRATS.
I THINK WHO EVER MADE THIS CONCEPT WILL GET WHAT THEY DECERVE THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAR I EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE HOPEFULLY THEY WILL COME OUT SOONER I WILL BE THE 1ST ONE TO BUY IT CONGRATULATIONS!!!! WITH OUR NEW CAR IMPERIAL CHRYSLER
The Imperial coupe of 81-83 carried a clean interpretation of the bustleback as neo-baroque gave way to the jellybean and shrinky-dink 80's. From its haunting 50's front to the late 70's LeBaronesque rear lights, this car is a true Imperial. Lincoln copied Rolls in the late 60's and 70's (Town Car and Continentals III thru VI; the VII almost got copied by Bently)and those were the luxury car leaders of their time. Soap bubble bean cars had their day. They cause road rage. They are so boring and encourage bad driving skills because there is nothing to look at across the lanes. Love or hate a firemist copper Imperial as is frightens you with its Anglo-Bavarian rudeness. It's all anyone else on the road will be looking at.
Does anyone else think this car looks like a Rolls Royce Phantom that was assembled in China and got in an accident on the way out of the factory? The bustle-back trunk didn't work on the 7-series or the Maybach. How is it supposed to work on a Chrysler. I smell a bomb. This is not the car Chrysler needs right now.