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  Chrysler Crossfire
 

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Country of origin:United States
Produced from:2003 - 2007
Introduced at:2002 LA Auto Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionAmerica's classic Route 66 and Germany's legendary Autobahn are two of the most famous roads in the world. Next year, you'll be able to merge on to either in Chrysler's all-new 2004 Crossfire, a sports coupe that combines American design with German engineering. In early 2003, Chrysler will build Crossfire in Germany, in conjunction with Karmann, a long-time DaimlerChrysler partner with more than 100 years of manufacturing experience. Founded in 1901, Karmann is one of the world's leading full-service suppliers to the automotive industry.

The sculptured hood prominently showcases Chrysler's new signature winged badge which spans the entire upper width of the chrome grille. Similar to Chrysler 300M, headlamps have double circular elements within and carve into the front fascia. For additional design tension, six grooves run the length of the hood and complement the front grille. One of Chrysler Crossfire's most distinguishing features is its center spine that runs the length of the car and gives a chiseled, carved appearance. The line starts at the front grille and concludes between the dual exhaust pipes. This center spine form also appears on door handles and exterior mirrors.

Chrysler Crossfire's sophisticated two-tone, twin cockpit interior complements the exterior. The distinctive exterior center spine shape also appears on the center console, shifter and instrument panel. From the driver's seat, the center spine shape appears to continue from the instrument panel through the windshield and on to the hood.

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