Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, Jan 4, 2016.
Chrysler 880: minivan, car, or …?
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I love it! Now they just need to build an 18' convertible to go with it...
I'm guessing new Crossover maybe. It would be cool to see the new minivan and crossover shown next to one another as on huge reveal. I like Pacifica, or even New Yorker. Im guessing a new crossover though. Warranty change? They just did that for the 2016 model year so I dont think they would change it again. Any other thoughts?????
Maybe one of the 8s is for an 8 seater?
Possibly electrified mini.
Chrysler 300 SRT-8 with upgraded Hellcat and over 800 horsepower? (no, just joking)
8 Seats, 80 safety features.
Or 8 Seats, 80 mile EV range.
There appear to be hints in that logo. Look at the second "8" and the "0" - both have electrical plugs. The first "8" has a family and luggage, etc. sitting around it. Eight passenger, eight miles on electric or eight.. ? Zero emissions...Maybe?
8-cylinder, 8-speed, 0 competition.
Pretty certain it's 8 passengers, 80 mile range EV minivan.
I'm leaning in this direction, 8 passenger, 80 miles electric range.
Now that I look at the logo you are correct. The first 8 has a fuel pump nozzle, the 2nd 8 and 0 have electrical plugs. Good eyes!
Only it will have 9 speed ;-)
That would also imply that it's either or. You can have an 8 seater gas version *or* an 80 Mile EV.
880 Mile combined gas/electric driving rang. IMHO
Full size video: http://www.chrysler.com/assets/videos/880.mp4
Let's hope it's not the name of the CUV. The last time they used a Dodge model name on a Chrysler (Aspen) is was a flop.
Along the lines of the old 4 door Charger complaint discussions, I feel I need to voice my displeasure that this new 880 won't be anything like the real 880's. Unless they make a 4 door sedan, 4 door hardtop, 2 door coupe, station wagon and convertible, all with V8 power and 3 speed pushbutton Torqueflite trannies, it's not a real 880! Oh, and it also needs to use a mishmash of body panels from every C/D vehicle produced in the last 4 years.
Im Feeling Giggidy right now. Love Hints and teasers before shows
My kindergarten teacher drove a '64 880 4-door hardtop. Don't see many of them around now or then.
I assume it more likely has to do with the new Town & Country? How likely would it be that in addition to the T&C they show another brand new vehicle?