List of production/concept vehicles that will be introduced at DetroitAuto Show

Discussion in 'PT Cruiser' started by MoPar Man, Jan 4, 2004.

  1. MoPar Man

    MoPar Man Guest

    This is an (edited) preliminary list of production and concept
    vehicles that will be introduced at NAIAS 2004. Check back often for

    Chrysler Town & Country
    Chrysler 300C
    Chrysler Crossfire convertible
    Chrysler PT Cruiser convertible
    Dodge Grand Caravan
    Dodge Magnum
    Dodge SRT-10
    Dodge Sling Shot
    Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
    Jeep Rescue
    Jeep Treo
    Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
    Mercedes-Benz Vision GST

    Ford Five Hundred
    Ford Focus
    Ford Freestyle
    Ford Mustang

    Pontiac G6
    Pontiac Solstice
    Chevrolet Nomad
    Saturn Curve

    Black-tie charity preview is tonight (8 pm?). If you get a local
    Detroit TV station (I think it's ABC?) then watch!
    MoPar Man, Jan 4, 2004
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  2. MoPar Man

    Sam Man Guest

    Black tie event is next Friday night, not tonight as stated below.

    This whole week is devoted to pre show press introductions and
    supplier/manufacturer preview days.
    Sam Man, Jan 5, 2004
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  3. I really miss the website.

    The site always did a good job reviewing the Detroit and Los Angeles Car
    Shows and I enjoyed their opinions regarding the various DCX concept

    Chrysler Corporation used to "rule" the NAIAS - the concepts cars were
    always a clue as to what was coming - the Grand Cherokee, the LH cars, the
    Ram Truck, etc.

    Since the Daimler days and the loss of Bob Lutz, DCX just doesn't provide
    the same excitement. I'm not impressed with the Slingshot or the Jeep
    Rescue and I do not think there will be a very receptive market for the
    Dodge Magnum - who the hell wants a Station Wagon? (The four-door Charger
    concept car from two years ago was fantastic - why didn't they build that?)

    That said, I think the 300 C is awesome - hopefully if the Magnum is a
    failure, DCX can shift production toward the 300C.

    Product is everything - just look at Nissan.

    Marketing/Advertising is next - DCX has had many documented failures in the
    past two years.

    I still think that better days are ahead for DCX - there's a ton of new
    product in the pipeline. I just hope the lessons learned from the Celine
    Dion and Lingere Bowl disasters will result in improved

    As always, time will tell.....

    Have a great week.

    Scott B. Hogle, Jan 5, 2004
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