For a car like that to have a chance at success, it will have to borrow the Tesla formula, which is technical wizardry and performance. This is what Toyota is doing with the RAV4 Prime model. It is rumored Toyota will do this with other vehicles as well. The car must have a Chrysler face and can't be called the 300. The doghouse console has to go, unless the vehicle will offer the B-Series Cummins inline as an option. The 2.0T GME should offer enough power for the IC engine. The batteries and electric motors will have to be better than what the DS9 is offering. The vehicle must match the Chevy Volt PHEV for batteries only range. The RAV4 Prime and Ford Escape PHEV do this. Those vehicles along with the departed Volt have established customer expectations for today's plugin hybrids. Now the problem becomes, will a performance PHEV Chrysler possibly bump up against Alfa and Maserati hybrids in the marketplace. Certainly the GME 2.0T used in the Maserati hybrids also has an e-Charger with the Multi-Air valve system. The IC power is much greater than the 2.0T presently found in the American Jeep products. The Chevy Volt offered an acceptable combination of electrification and reduced range anxiety, winning a lot of fans. Where will these Volt fans find a replacement?