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Chrysler Crossfire

  • Friday, 12th January 2001
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The Chrysler Crossfire concept car features a sophisticated design blending traditional European proportions and handling characteristics with the power and personality of an American performance car. Built as a one-piece carbon fiber body webbed to aluminum frame, the Crossfire’s design seems to be more architectural than traditionally automotive. Similar to the Chrysler Atlantic concept car shown first in 1995, a center peak line, or “spine,” runs the length of the car and works with the dynamic character lines to give the Chrysler Crossfire its chiseled appearance.


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