The network has a new generation of Chrysler Aspen imagesJuly 4, 2020
The artist presented his vision of how the updated version of the Chrysler Aspen SUV could become. Chrysler itself has no plans to continue production of the model.
Remember the American Chrysler Aspen SUV? We suspect the answer will be no. It was a three-row SUV with a body on the frame, which had similarities with the full-size Dodge Durango. The model did not last long in the market – it appeared in 2007, and its sales ended in the 2009 model year. Now, designer Kleber Silva decided to imagine what a new generation of Aspen might look like.
While the original Aspen had a muscular, straight body, its current interpretation includes much more smooth lines.
In front is a fairly small mesh false radiator grille and narrow headlights with “sharp” edges. The front bumper has three openings for air intake and fog lights. “Folds” appeared on the hood.
Along the side of the car there is a noticeable line that extends to the rear lights. Unlike the square shape of the original SUV, there is a smooth roof line that makes the “novelty” something similar to the Italian crossover Alfa Romeo Stelvio.
The taillights cover the entire width of the modern Chrysler Aspen. Two large vertically oriented trapezoidal tailpipes protrude from the bumper.
So far, nothing is known about the plans for the leadership of the American brand to introduce a crossover (most likely it would be a crossover) Aspen of the next generation.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Chrysler 300 sedan was offered in a new version of the Touring-L Chrome. The American brand has announced a “package” of styling for its Chrysler 300 sedan. For a new version of the American sedan, it costs $ 995.
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