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CES 2017: Chrysler Portal

CES 2017: Chrysler Portal

Chrysler unveils an EV for Millennials

03 January 2017
Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler ecoVoyager (2008)

Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler ecoVoyager (2008)

Not quite the future of the luxury car, but an interesting experimental monospace

09 December 2016
Detroit 2016: Chrysler Pacifica provides plug-in potential

Detroit 2016: Chrysler Pacifica provides plug-in potential

Reborn minivan aims to keep all occupants entertained

11 January 2016
Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler D’Elegance (1952)

Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler D’Elegance (1952)

The Chrysler concept that would become a Volkswagen

28 August 2015
Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler CCV (1997)

Concept Car of the Week: Chrysler CCV (1997)

The lightweight, low cost concept that owed more than a little to the Citroën 2CV

19 June 2015
The Designers Pt6 – Ralph Gilles, FCA

The Designers Pt6 – Ralph Gilles, FCA

FCA's design VP talks product strategy and what it takes to recruit the best talent

12 June 2015
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Chrysler 300 tidies up

Chrysler 300 tidies up

The Chrysler 300 has undergone a minor facelift that aims to keep the big sedan fresh in the face of increasing opposition

20 November 2014
Chrysler 200C makes white noise when it needs to sing

Chrysler 200C makes white noise when it needs to sing

With the recently completed buyout by Fiat, Chrysler’s 200C is clearly an important car in setting the tone for the future of the company

13 January 2014
Chrysler 700C: Is there any life left in the minivan?

Chrysler 700C: Is there any life left in the minivan?

While Minivans/MPVs have continued to fall in popularity, and a question mark hangs over the future of the Renault’s breed-defining Espace, Chrysler’s 7...

10 January 2012
Comment: This is not a Lancia

Comment: This is not a Lancia

It’s easy to be convinced by the Fiat-Chrysler group rhetoric about the future of brands, and what’s going on with badge engineering right now

03 March 2011