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JackRatchett did a good job on this one, which was reasonably close to what was produced.
A Dart GLH was shown in Nevada in August 2015, using a four-cylinder Hurricane turbo generating 300 horsepower. The Dart is, however, to be replaced (with production stopping in September 2016), by an import from an un-named “partner.” So is the Chrysler 200 (production stopping in December 2016).
With Alfa Romeo in full swing, Imperial seems unlikely, but who knows?
You can use your own judgment here.
This would be the Fiat Doblo, but we don’t think it’ll have anywhere near this many changes, though it does look better than what I think we’ll get.
No Lancia Delta for the USA after all.
No 100 for the US after all, in either hatch or sedan form.
Alas, PT Cruiser is truly and definitely permanently dead.
This might actually happen but Susie’s done other renderings that we have in the main page, which she thinks are more accurate.
This rendering is not far from the actual car; JackRatchett nailed it pretty well.
And what about the Alfa?
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