At least for now, the PT Cruiser is safe, provided you don’t want a convertible. Chrysler will announce today that it is discontinuing the soft top version of the PT Cruiser, along with dropping the Crossfire, the Pacifica, and the Dodge Magnum, as previously rumored. The Jeep Commander survives. The Canadian Auto Workers union’s not thrilled to see two brands made in Canada bite the dust. The Magnum is made in Brampton, Ontario and the Pacifica is made in Windsor, Ontario. However, (...) More
Chrysler has decided that the Crossfire - once a dramatic symbol of the promised synergies in the DaimlerChrysler merger, a marriage of German technology and American style, will survive another year. The company will start production for the 2008 year model this summer adding some minor changes.
The Crossfire will be built only by the middle of the year.Chrysler will be ceasing production of its slow-selling sports coupe, after a brief run that lasted close to five years. The production of the performance SRT -6 range was already stopped, and now the entire production run will come to an end. The Crossfire never managed to attain the levels of popularity that its Mercedes SLK sibling enjoyed. Introduced initially as coupe and then as a roadster, the Crossfire was based on the (...) More
At the Geneva Motor Show 2007 the Chrysler Group and JAB ANSTOETZ will present an extraordinary design-study on the basis of the Chrysler Crossfire that you will be able to see at the Karmann stand.
They styled the Chrysler Crossfire as a completely new car. JAB ANSTOETZ directed the attention on the variety of structures and textures and created a harmonious color draft and textile draft that delimits itself clearly from the standard cars.
That’s what they said. The exterior look nice. But about the interior combination...is not quite nice. If you know that the design of the center console in the Crossfire is very similar with the one from the past Mercedes SLK, you should think that the bad thing is to use strange materials. The snake-skin is very scary and the blue coat looks like it only last for a few times. The combination is also at least strange. The flashy brown buttons are from a cheap toy, and the carpets may stop you driving. If you need to drive this car you may search for a method to drive from the outside.
As the first Chrysler vehicle to earn the SRT badge, the Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 provides a new level of Crossfire with an infusion of race-inspired, street legal American performance in both coupe and roadster forms.
The 2007 Chrysler Crossfire comes with a unique monochromatic look. Its sleek, modern appearance, which is as distinct as the car itself, is given by a mono-tone Bright Silver Metallic exterior point scheme.
With five performance-focused models and an added specialty package, the 2006 Chrysler Crossfire lineup continues its 150-mph crisscross from the German Autobahn, to Route 66, to highways around the world. In addition to Coupe, Roadster and SRT (see Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 description) versions of Chrysler’s flagship sports car, the 2006 Chrysler Crossfire family now includes an optional special edition package available on the Crossfire Roadster model. The package is offered with either (...) More