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2004 Chrysler Crossfire

2004 Chrysler Crossfire Review

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Munich, Germany—
As you may recall, the Crossfire started life as a show car at the 2001 Detroit auto show. To hear Chrysler tell it, "Public response to our Chrysler Crossfire concept vehicle was overwhelming." Maybe so—although we weren't nearly as enamored of the split-windshield, stacked-headlight show car as we are of the production version. But even if faced with genuine public demand, does anyone think for a minute that back in 2001—with Chrysler awash in pink slips, red ink, and off-lease Grand Cherokees—Dieter Zetsche would have coughed up the money to develop an all-new two-seat sports coupe from the ground up? It would have been about as likely as his appearing before the next DaimlerChrysler shareholders' meeting with a shaved mustache and a sequinned ball gown, belting out "I Gotta Be Me." No, if the Crossfire was going to take root in hard times, the development team would have to seek out a novel solution.

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