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Chrysler 200C Concept

Chrysler 200C Concept

Chrysler 200C Concept

Chrysler 200C Concept

Chrysler 200C Concept interior
Make Chrysler
Model 200C Concept
Concept year 2009
Production year -
Engine Hybrid electric

The Chrysler 200C concept which was unveiled at the 2009 Detroit Motor Show is an electric vehicle capable of driving up to 40 miles on battery-only power – using zero gasoline and producing zero tailpipe emissions. A small internal combustion engine acting as a generator provides additional electricity on longer journeys. The 200C Concept is based on a shortened version of Chrysler's rear-wheel-drive platform.

"The Chrysler 200C EV concept represents the perfect blend of provocative design and leading-edge technology, as well as the new Chrysler DNA," said Frank Klegon, Executive Vice President – Product Development, Chrysler LLC. "Chrysler's latest concept vehicle combines the benefits of progressive, ENVI Range-extended Electric Vehicle technology – which offers nearly zero emissions during daily commutes – with a design that boasts a combination of modern shapes, a planted athletic stance with classic overtones and an undeniably luxurious interior."

"It was important to design a car that not only appealed to the Chrysler enthusiast, but also could sway the interest of a wide variety of potential customers," said Nick Malachowski, Chrysler 200C EV Lead Exterior Designer. "The essence of the Chrysler 200C EV concept vehicle is sophisticated and fresh. It embraces a more organic design philosophy and helps to push the Chrysler brand design to the next level."

The exterior styling of the Chrysler 200C Concept is drastically different to some of the latest production models from the company. And that's a good thing. The styling is chunky, simple and modern, lacking any of the gimmicks and pointless styling lines which ruined vehicles like the Sebring.

Inside the Chrysler 200C Concept natural, luxurious, organic materials and modern furniture design served as inspiration for the design team. Immediately noticeable upon entry is the large screen located on the instrument panel. Starting the vehicle activates the electronic instrument panel that contains an advanced electronic vehicle information center, the next generation of Chrysler's uconnect infotainment system and a compound touch surface.

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