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Chrysler's Comeback Sedans Fantasy Thread

Discussion in 'Rumors and General Chrysler Discussion' started by patfromigh, Dec 26, 2018.

  1. gforce2002

    gforce2002 Well-Known Member

    Oct 31, 2003
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  2. 66coronet

    66coronet Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    Your soap box is 300 hellcat and my soap box is keep the 300 base center (doors, windshield & back glass cabin) then new sheet metal for multi new models for nose and tail. Plus bring back the wagon but change it so it's side glass is similar to the 1976 dodge aspen wagon. Something easier to see out of plus more interior volume.
    Bring back the 2013 charger head lights and a grill set back from the bumper so the headlights and grill are the same set back and bring back the name Coronet. Giving it a 1968 like nose. Maybe even add additional overhang from the 300 for larger trunk and a similar look of the 1968 - 1970 tail. (Similar flat tail like the 2014 Charger.)
    Love to also see a 1955-56 Savoy/Fury / Belvedere look added to the 2020 Chrysler 300 by extending the top ridge aft of the 300 to make a 1956 fin. Then instead of 1955-56 flat headlight, a slope back head light like a 2003 - 2020 mini cooper / 1955 & 56 corvette, or 1996-2009 MB E class on the fender. With hood similar to the 55-56 and grill inspired by 55-56 Savoy / Belvedere. They could also make another chrysler luxury vehicle off the 300, but maybe a sliding van like back door on a extended wheel base. Imperial Limo with nose cue's from 1965. I like the boxy 1965 luxury car look.
    Plus spin off the Pacifica into other vehicles for Chrysler like the LHS, concord. So it has FWD and AWD and RWD.
    Renault Talisman 2020 could spin off to be a mid size Chrysler Volare or Valiant or 200.
  3. jimboy

    jimboy Well-Known Member

    Dec 7, 2006

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