Chrysler Nassau Concept 

  • 2007
 
Barrington said the exterior design vocabulary is fluid and sophisticated with special attention paid to wheel placement relative to the body surface for a sleek, toned stance.
by Top Speed (Jan, 2007)
Behind the passenger cabin, the surface of the boat tail-shaped cargo cover is accented with five stainless steel accent strips, while panels in the carpeted cargo area below offer additional storage.
by Top Speed (Jan, 2007)

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Dec

Chrysler Nassau Concept

www.supercars.net
''With its sculptural artistry and technological sophistication, the interior of the Chrysler Nassau is the perfect complement to its visually-arresting exterior,'' said Ben Chang, principal designer of the Nassau's luxurious interior.
The artistic exterior design leans toward an exploration as to what could be a future sedan in the brand's lineup.
The Chrysler Nassau’s lower fascia is accented by the long chrome brows of the tapering left and right fog lamps, a detail replicated in the “repeater lamps” of the slim, door-mounted side view mirrors.
“With its sculptural artistry and technological sophistication, the interior of the Chrysler Nassau is the perfect complement to its visually-arresting exterior,” said Chang.
1
Dec

Chrysler Nassau Concept

by JARED GALL |
Car & Driver News
Auto Shows arrow Chrysler Nassau Concept Is an elegant, four-seat 300 in Chrysler's future?
Built on a 300C SRT8 platform, the Nassau retains the donor vehicle's 425-hp 6.1-liter Hemi, which Chrysler says will sling the car to 60 mph in just five seconds.
22
Nov

2007 Chrysler Nassau Concept

AutomobileMag News
This time, Chrysler has started with the sleek Mercedes-Benz CLS four-door coupe, and the result is the Nassau you see here.
Chrysler is finally taking the hint.

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Brand Chrysler
Year 2007

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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