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Chrysler Patents and Trademarks

Discussion in 'Rumors and Speculation' started by hemidakota, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. CherokeeVision

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    Next they will come out with the Unobtanium.
     
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  2. somber

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    That must be the name for Dart SRT ;).
     
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  3. AutoTechnician

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  4. Dave Z

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    Interesting. Well, they did say something about a Hemi upgrade before the end..... I am guessing the twin turbo was designed before the supercharger was chosen, for whatever reason. Maybe it's for a truck, Durango, etc... very hard to tell. The windshield one is interesting too.
     
  5. AutoTechnician

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    The patent was also filed Dec 2, 2013. The supercharged Hemi would have been well locked in a year or two, if not longer before this patent was filed. Keep in mind that the patent is really only for an EGR system for a 90* V8, however I found it very curious they chose to use a twin-turbo V8 as the example engine.

    As far as the windshield one goes, I'm about 90% positive that's your JL fold down windshield, since it appears to allow for a "real" A-pillar while keeping the fold-down ability of the windshield.
     
  6. Dave Z

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    It IS interesting. Makes one wonder if they were misleading people about the rumored Hellcat ;) There is a Hemi upgrade planned still, AFAIK. I agree with you on the windshield. They may also be looking at twin turbo V8s for Jeep Grand Cherokee, Rams, etc.
     
  7. Stratuscaster

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    WR/4-N-GL.3R (G & S: Motor vehicles, namely, concept motor vehicles) was applied for trademark on 4/14/15 and will be published for opposition on 9/15/15.
    R.3-SP/3.CT (G & S: Motor vehicles, namely, concept motor vehicles) was applied for trademark on 4/14/15 and will be published for opposition on 9/15/15.
    700C and CHRYSLER 700C have been abandoned as of 8/10/2015.
     
  8. Jeepnut

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    OK that's an interesting way to spell Wrangler and respect.... Gotta wonder what kind of concepts these are gonna be?
     
  9. Dave Z

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    Well, that's good news, they won't call it 700. WR/4-N_GL.3R? Seriously? Suspect that's going to be a mod concept.
     
  10. Stratuscaster

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    I will only note that Ralph Gilles makes a lot of use of the word "RESPECT."
     
  11. AutoTechnician

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    WR/4-N_GL.3R will almost certainly be some kind of military or industrial themed Wrangler. Likely stenciled in white paint on the fender or something.
     
  12. Dave Z

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    Do the letter groups mean anything to anyone?
    WR
    4-N
    GL (that's the Mercedes, right?)
    3R
     
  13. Jeepnut

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    4-N could be 4th parallel north. That's all I could think of. Next year is Jeeps 75th maybe it's a WW2 reference?
     
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  14. Dave Z

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    That makes sense...
     
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    Dave,

    That's a variation on hacker LEET speak ( L337 technically )

    Wr4ngl3r would be the leet way of spelling it.
     
  16. Stratuscaster

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    They came from the JK2A Staff Car Concept.
     
  17. Dave Z

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    I understand it's leet speak, I just wondered if they broke it up to add meaning instead of having it all together.
     
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    Glad to see 700C was abandoned. I'd hate to see Chrysler go all alpha-numeric. Of course they still could just use 700...
     

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