Chrysler History – Part 2

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This is the concluding part of the history of the evolution of Chrysler. Read on to know more.


It was the decade that saw the emergence of the powerful V-8 engines in its cars. The HEMI engines that soon became legendary came out with a combination low loss of heat, higher rate of compression and superior combustion so that it produced higher horsepower than its earlier V-8 engines.


The production car of Chrysler was revived by Exner with its sculptured and sleek designs with a Forward Look in 1855 that created an overnight transformation of its product line. The Chrysler 300 of 1955 was a striking automobile with smooth styling for sure.


The timeline saw the graceful evolution of the various Chrysler products as its bigger cars started becoming more refined. The Chrysler 300-J series of 1963 continued with the signature style of the brand with its torsion bars and leather interiors that were available as standard features.   The sales figure of Chrysler went up by 65 percent by the year 1965 as it position in the national rankings moved up from 11th to 9th rank. Other key highlights during the era were the Cordoba and the LeBaon, a  convertible car.


The late eighties of last century saw a fresh line of cars that were Euro Japanese in spirit. These were concept cars such as the Millennium (1989) and Portfolio (1988). The mid-size Concorde sedan of 1993 stared the renaissance of Chrysler.


The Chrysler 300C, an iconic car was unveiled in 2005. The brand Chrysler came out with cars that oozed both style and substance. Some of the features that made its cares popular are:

  • Technology
  • Innovation
  • Efficiency
  • Performance
  • Craftsmanship
  • Design
  • quality

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