Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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Chysler Car Models

Chrysler 2012:

Chrysler 2011:
• CHRYSLER Town and Country
• CHRYSLER 200 Convertible

Chrysler 2009:
CHRYSLER GEM Peapod (12)
• CHRYSLER 200C EV Concept

Chrysler 2008:
CHRYSLER EcoVoyager Concept (10)
• CHRYSLER Town and Country
• CHRYSLER Sebring Convertible
CHRYSLER EV Concept (5)
• CHRYSLER 300C UK Version
• CHRYSLER 300C Touring UK Version
• CHRYSLER 300C Touring SRT UK Version
• CHRYSLER 300C SRT UK Version

Chrysler 2007:
• CHRYSLER Sebring UK Version
• CHRYSLER Sebring
• CHRYSLER Pacifica
• CHRYSLER PT Street Cruiser Pacific Coast Highway
• CHRYSLER Nassau Concept
• CHRYSLER Crossfire UK Version
• CHRYSLER Crossfire Roadster UK Version

Chrysler 2006:
• Imperial Concept
• CHRYSLER 300C SRT8 Touring
• CHRYSLER 300C Heritage Edition

Chrysler 2005:
• CHRYSLER Town and Country
• CHRYSLER PT Cruiser Convertible
• CHRYSLER Firepower Concept
• CHRYSLER Crossfire SRT6 Roadster
• CHRYSLER Crossfire SRT6
• CHRYSLER Crossfire Roadster
• CHRYSLER Akino Concept
• CHRYSLER 300C Touring

Chrysler 2004:
• CHRYSLER Pacifica
• CHRYSLER ME FourTwelve Concept

Chrysler 2003:
• CHRYSLER Airflite Concept
• CHRYSLER 300C Touring Concept
• CHRYSLER 300C Concept

Chrysler 2002:
• CHRYSLER Pacifica Concept
• CHRYSLER California Cruiser Concept

Chrysler 2001:
• CHRYSLER Crossfire Concept

Chrysler 2000:
• CHRYSLER Panel Cruiser Concept
• CHRYSLER Java Concept
• CHRYSLER GT Cruiser Concept
• CHRYSLER Chronos Concept
• CHRYSLER 300 HEMI C Convertible Concept

Chrysler 1999:
• CHRYSLER Pronto Cruizer Concept
• CHRYSLER Citadel Concept

Chrysler 1995:
• CHRYSLER Atlantic Concept

Chrysler 1993:
• CHRYSLER Thunderbolt Concept

Chrysler 1957:

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The company was founded by Walter P. Chrysler on June 6, 1925, when the Maxwell Motor Company (est. 1904) was re-organized into the Chrysler Corporation.

Walter Chrysler had originally arrived at the ailing Maxwell-Chalmers company in the early 1920s, having been hired to take over and overhaul the company's troubled operations (just after a similar rescue job at the Willys car company).

In late 1923 production of the Chalmers automobile was ended.

Then in January 1924, Walter Chrysler launched the well-received Chrysler automobile. The Chrysler was a 6-cylinder automobile, designed to provide customers with an advanced, well-engineered car, but at a more affordable price than they might expect. (Elements of this car are traceable back to a prototype which had been under development at Willys at the time that Walter Chrysler was there). The original 1924 Chrysler included a carburetor air filter, high compression engine, full pressure lubrication, and an oil filter, at a time when most autos came without these features. Among the innovations in its early years would be the first practical mass-produced four-wheel hydraulic brakes, a system nearly completely engineered by Chrysler with patents assigned to Lockheed, and rubber engine mounts to reduce vibration. Chrysler also developed a road wheel with a ridged rim, designed to keep a deflated tire from flying off the wheel. This safety wheel was eventually adopted by the auto industry worldwide.

Following the introduction of the Chrysler, the Maxwell was dropped after its 1925 model year run, although in truth the new line of lower-priced 4-cylinder Chryslers which were then introduced for the 1926 model year were basically Maxwells which had been re-engineered and rebranded. It was during this time period of the early 1920s that Walter Chrysler assumed the presidency of Maxwell, with the company then ultimately incorporated under the Chrysler name.

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