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I proposed a Chrysler design language awhile back with this concept. It was to evolve Chrysler's design to being smooth and sleek, similar to how they made things smooth with the beautiful 2015 Chrysler 200S/C.... but here it's taken to a whole new level. It's just a hand drawn doodle, so it's not the best, but you get the idea. A new luxurious, sporty car to take on the modern up-starts.



Also did this very rough Crossfire concept. I guess in today's day and age, it would need to be Electric.

 

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Born in New England, just being cheeky. Watch out for that Concord jelly, it can get sloppy.
Now you're making me miss the good ol' days 20-30 years ago when our farmstead had two grape arbors, a blackberry arbor and a raspberry arbor. Baby sis' horse got the blackberries, and the only thing left is two run down grape vines on a broken down trellis. Man we had some outstanding jellies and jams, not to mention the juice. Before we bought that farm, Mom had a sizable strawberry patch. Strawberry freezer jam is the best! Fortunately, one of my BiLs is a professional winemaker.

Too bad it wasn't raspberry 😁

I proposed a Chrysler design language awhile back with this concept. It was to evolve Chrysler's design to being smooth and sleek, similar to how they made things smooth with the beautiful 2015 Chrysler 200S/C.... but here it's taken to a whole new level. It's just a hand drawn doodle, so it's not the best, but you get the idea. A new luxurious, sporty car to take on the modern up-starts.

I also like the looks, but it seems way too similar to what I'd expect a Maserati would look like. >>cough<< >>Ford<< >>cough<< >>Aston Martin<< >>cough<<.
 
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2000 Chrysler 300 Hemi C Concept. This is probably my favorite Chrysler front design. Very signature Chrysler. Stellantis should build off of this.
This design looked just fine to me back when it was shown, but now, so many years later, it looks dated.
Also, to me, the grille looks too big, and with too much chrome for my tastes.

Just my USD 2¢ ;)
 

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This design looked just fine to me back when it was shown, but now, so many years later, it looks dated.
Also, to me, the grille looks too big, and with too much chrome for my tastes.

Just my USD 2¢ ;)
I think there is a right amount of chrome tbh.
 

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I proposed a Chrysler design language awhile back with this concept. It was to evolve Chrysler's design to being smooth and sleek, similar to how they made things smooth with the beautiful 2015 Chrysler 200S/C.... but here it's taken to a whole new level. It's just a hand drawn doodle, so it's not the best, but you get the idea. A new luxurious, sporty car to take on the modern up-starts.



Also did this very rough Crossfire concept. I guess in today's day and age, it would need to be Electric.

I really like it! I can see exactly where you're going with it. It also has like a hint of Maserati.
 

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For me, it would only take two things to improve this render tremendously.

1) Removal of the modern "CHRYSLER" font, and the modern Chrysler winged-eagle emblem from the grille.

2) In thier place, please return the stylized Imperial Eagle emblem to the grill.
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When I was doing this, I realized it looked a bit too small to be an Imperial.
 

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When I was doing this, I realized it looked a bit too small to be an Imperial.
No problem. Here on Allpar, all we're really doing is thinking out loud anyway. If we had any "real" power, we would be truly dangerous!:p:ROFLMAO:

I greatly appreciate the effort and time you've put into your renders. This tells me that you feel a great deal of passion for the brand(s) / model(s) going forward.
Thanks Again.
 

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No problem. Here on Allpar, all we're really doing is thinking out loud anyway. If we had any "real" power, we would be truly dangerous!:p:ROFLMAO:

I greatly appreciate the effort and time you've put into your renders. This tells me that you feel a great deal of passion for the brand(s) / model(s) going forward.
Thanks Again.
Thank you! Like I said, if everything I made on Behance went to the production stage, Chrysler would have an 11 car lineup! 😅 But that's good! Lots of choice! I would be a huge advocate of exceptional build quality though, since I tend to be a perfectionist.

Well, maybe not 11, but a vehicle to cover each of the 5 segments. A B C D and E.
 
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