Core attributes of Chrysler going forward will be substance and style, innovation and craftsmanship, value, and production in North America. Importantly, Chrysler will be the only FCA brand to offer a minivan, and it will also be the first to offer plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Below is a rough outline for Chrysler’s future over the five-year period starting 2014:
2014: 200 sedan launched and will be joined by a facelifted 300.
2015: No major introductions.
2016: New 100 compact sedan to be launched alongside a new Town & Country minivan. The latter will offer a plug-in hybrid option.
2017: 200 to receive an update and a new full-size crossover to be launched. The crossover will offer a plug-in hybrid option and may revive the Pacifica nameplate.
2018: A new midsize crossover will be launched along with a new 300 sedan. The latter will likely share a platform with new versions of the Dodge Challenger and Charger muscle cars due around the same time.
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