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Chrysler's 5 Year Product Plan Timeline


Chrysler has released a five year plan that shows what’s next under the Pentastar.

Over the next five years, Chrysler will double its nameplates from three to six, with the inclusion of the new 100 Sedan, a full-size crossover and a mid-size crossover. Plug-in hybrid vehicles are also on the agenda, with the Town & Country minivan and the full-size crossover set to use the electrified powertrains.

When it comes to cars, the 100 Sedan, which was originally reported to be a hatchback model, will launch in 2016. It is likely to share its underpinnings and engines with the Dodge Dart compact sedan. Chrysler also revealed that the brand-new 200 sedan will be refreshed in 2017. As for the larger 300 model, it was just refreshed in 2014, and a new model will be revealed for the 2018 model year.

Two new crossovers will be coming from the brand as well. The plug-in hybrid full-size crossover will debut it 2017 while the new mid-size crossover will hit the market as a 2018 vehicle.

Chrysler has owned much of the minivan market for some time, so its no wonder that the brand is investing in new people movers. Chrysler’s all-new Town & Country MPV will launch in 2016 with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, which the brand says will achieve an average 75 mpg.

Overall, Chrysler is aiming to move 800,000 vehicles a year by 2018, a big jump from the roughly 350,000 that the brand moves now.
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post #2 of 18 Old 06-01-2014, 03:08 PM
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So if the 100 is supposed to come out in 2016, then we should see it revealed at an auto show some time in 2015. Its a bit of a wait but it isn't that far away. Are you guys going to be able to wait it out?
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it could e here for model year 16 which would place it in the middle of 2015...
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post #4 of 18 Old 06-30-2014, 11:42 AM
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can't wait for 2018, i always liked the 300c and seeing how well they have progressed with it leaved me interested in seeing how they change it come 2018!
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Middle of 2015? I don' think so. But maybe late 2015. Mid-2015 is right now, so I don't see that happening.
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Middle of 2015? I don' think so. But maybe late 2015. Mid-2015 is right now, so I don't see that happening.
i agree, that is much more like it

usually that's what always happens, not often do i see a new car come out 1/2 way into the year.
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post #7 of 18 Old 07-05-2014, 10:26 PM
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with a date like that i hope we eventually start to see some test mule with a body that is much more along the lines of what we will see come production
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with a date like that i hope we eventually start to see some test mule with a body that is much more along the lines of what we will see come production
hopefully soon enough

it might also depend how secretive they want to be with the real deal once it's out for testing.
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can't wait for 2018, i always liked the 300c and seeing how well they have progressed with it leaved me interested in seeing how they change it come 2018!
I think that the 300C is an ugly vehicle, but I'm hoping that Chrysler will bring it back from the brink when they come out with the next generation. I just think it looks like such an old person car, and a car that a banker would drive. Not a super rich banker, but a small time banker who wants to look expensive.
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i never seen it like that at all
always though it looked good, that it wasn't really an old person car. I do see a lot of younger folks in it,
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