"We aren't going to & shouldn't try to compete against Toyota. Their ballpark is not our ballpark. " Thats because we play in the empty lot down the street.We aren't going to & shouldn't try to compete against Toyota. Their ballpark is not our ballpark. After 18 years of a successful 300, maybe it's time for another benchmark?
Chrysler's past home runs have been done by vehicles that no one else had at the time. The turbine evaluation car, the minivan, the PT, the Hemi, the re-introduction of the convertible, etc.
The Airflow II is a worthy concept car. A little nostalgia, a lot of technology, prudent utility & common sense.
We got 10 years to prove that we belong in the Stellantis portfolio. We have a lot of brands under one roof. Some may go away.
Chrysler has had its share of ups & downs, it would be a shame if it got cancelled for lack of interest. Not everything can or should be a Jeep or a Ram. I still enjoy a sensible 'luxury/prestige/comfort' sedan as a daily driver.
Isn't the 300 in the same price range as a high end Camry and Avalon.
To suceed Chrysler has to compete in the mainstream that means both chevy and buick.
For old timers here chrysler has to be more Plymouth then imperial.