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It's not a changed design. It's a new bodystyle. Get a grip, folks. This isn't the only product Chrysler has. They showed a new Chrysler 300C in sedan and wagon versions, the Dodge Magnum, the Chrysler Pacifica, the Dodge Durango, not to mention a few concepts that will lead to production vehicles in the coming years...and that's just this year. Next year, we'll see another dozen new vehicles.

The coupe concept of the PT Cruiser is sharp. It's a fastback version of the PT Cruiser convertible being launched in the next couple of months. The tail slopes off similar to the Chrysler Crossfire or Chrysler Airflite...but I think it's better executed here. This is the first I've seen of this particular rendering but the photograph I saw (a side view) made the car look even better.

This is how a company continues a successful product through its lifecycle. Make significant changes (not just trim levels) and you can extend the vehicle's life for a few years. Otherwise, the market tires of the product and it becomes the Chevrolet Cavalier....Dodge Aries...Ford Crown Vic....
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