The expression on your face when you meet someone new often dictates a first impression. Just as some people form initial opinions of who you are based on your visage, they might also judge your car and its driver by the face of your vehicle. An attention-grabbing grille is an accessory that promises an extraordinary look and luxurious style that instantly separates you from the crowd. Express yourself through your Chrysler 300 with a customizable grille that reflects your personality.
If cars are the heart of the Motor City, music is its soul. The new 2013 Chrysler 300 Motown pays tribute to the Motor City’s resurgence and determination through Detroit-born style and world-class ingenuity, and also with a complimentary Motown jump drive pre-loaded with 100 of the best Motown songs ever recorded.
1933 Chrysler Royal 8 Convertible Coupe – Photo Courtesy Jack Snell*
It’s a fact. Consumer tastes and vehicle design change drastically over time. What may seem like incremental changes from year to year and from model to model, suddenly appear extreme when the cars are placed on broader timelines (think in terms of decades or generations).
Regardless of what goes in and out of fashion, one thing never seems to change: the appeal and the feeling of cruising down the highway in a sleek convertible with the top down.
For this month’s Forward Look Photo Album, we’ve searched the web and our own files to bring you a selection of classic Chrysler convertible vehicles, from the 1930s to present day. Please enjoy this gallery as we all look forward to warm weather and another long summer of convertible cruising.
For those of you who spent the recent winter months hibernating indoors, the anticipation of sunshine and clearer skies probably has you optimistic about the warmer temperatures ahead. Now that the weather is finally breaking in our favor, the only question is—how are you going celebrate the changing of the seasons? Our suggestion: Celebrate with a brand new 2013 Chrysler 200 Convertible.