So you think turbocharged engines are synonymous with imports? Think again. Here are a dozen American-made forced-air specials that waved the stars and stripes with pride.
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What could have been.
The cartoonish low-speed autonomous prototypes are being replaced by conventional minivans with add-on self-driving hardware.
At low speed, may we add. However, it won't accelerate, nor will it stop in a straight line. But style is always retained.
The Concorde was based on the Eagle Premier, which was an evolution of the Renault 25, of all things.
takes you inside the minds of the world's most innovative designers. First up: Ralph Gilles.
An average of 40 miles per gallon in 1982, with more interior space than in a Japanese economy car. That was the deal with the Miser.
Next step: flying cars.
A peek through the opera window.
Looking for a K-car for that special someone this holiday season? We might have your answer.
Watch the folks at Hagerty completely rebuild a Chrysler Firepower V8 in their shop in five minutes, thanks to the magic of time lapse.
With its unmarked police car look and 460 horsepower racing engine, Dodge's homologation special was something truly special.
Farewell, under-appreciated midsize sedan.
It came with horrible obligations. One of which was the Talbot Tagora, 'a new executive saloon for the eighties.'
A rumored 2018 redesign has been delayed, meaning the rear-drive Dodge twins stick around into the next decade.
When Chrysler needed something new, it called France.
Restomodding Chrysler's muscle cars (and Jeeps) has never been this easy.
These days that's expected, but 40 or 50 years ago, it was much less common.
The 1958 Imperial is no Chrysler, but something that can even make Jay Leno look tiny.
A relic from 1990 that plays very differently today.
FCA previously touted a 75-month wining streak; now it says that streak ended in September 2013.
An "American Revolution" that blew off Shelby's cowboy hat.
Come for the PT Cruiser jokes, stay for the lesson on post-modernism.
1961 was the last year of Chrysler's "Forward Look" design, with 375 horsepower and a space age interior.
The next Chrysler 300 could be built on a modified version of the front-drive Pacifica minivan platform, Marchionne said.
Lee Friedlander's once-lost automotive photos for Harper's Bazaar were unexpected, bizarre, and beautiful.