If there's one car that's been needing a complete overhaul, it's the Chrysler 200.
Formerly known as the Chrysler Sebring, it was the epitome of a pre-crisis American car. Everything about it sucked.
But it appears the Chrysler 200 will be given an all-new life at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS), thanks to the folks over at Chrysler Group.
This isn't the first time we're seeing it. We showed you spy shots of the all-new 200 weeks ago. Now, these shots look more like official "leaks," if you catch our drift. Once again, another MAJOR car has been added to the NAIAS docket. This show's going to be packed to the rafters!
Our friend, Vince Burlapp, got his hands on a couple extra shots of the vehicle that aren't anywhere else we've seen yet.
How do you think the all-new 200 looks in blue?
It's a more modern design than the old 200, that's for sure. It seems like it took inspiration from the Audi A7, Toyota Avalon and Ford Fusion, then Chrysler gave it a bit of a twist. Is that a GOOD or BAD thing?
Personally, I am looking forward to seeing this in person.
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