"I feel sorry for the person who can't get genuinely excited about his work. Not only will he never be satisfied, but he will never achieve anything worthwhile." - Walter P. Chrysler (1875-1940)

You can see our founder's passion for design in every car and minivan we make. The interior, the exterior and the technology within are equally important and equally reveling. It's that genuinely poignant style that demands a second glance, and a spin at the wheel. Yet ultimately, the style and intelligence of all Chrysler vehicles is defined by you, the driver. At Chrysler, it's the way our vehicles come together that sets us apart.

Current Lineup:

2009 Chrysler 300
2009 Chrysler Aspen
2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid
2009 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2009 Chrysler Sebring Sedan
2009 Chrysler Sebring Convertible
2009 Chrysler Town & Country


Kansas-born Walter P. Chrysler (1875-1940), the son of a locomotive engineer, lived inside the world of the transportation industry throughout his life.
In 1912 he joined General Motors as manager of its Buick manufacturing plant, becoming president of the division four years later.

After parting ways with GM in 1919, Chrysler began a second career as a "doctor of ailing automakers" and under his leadership, the Maxwell Motor Corporation was restored to health and renamed the Chrysler Corporation.
Its subsequent success was directly attributable to the success of its initial product. The 1924 Chrysler Six, an all-new car offered two significant innovations – a light, powerful, high-compression six-cylinder engine and the first ever four-wheel hydraulic brakes, in a moderately priced vehicle.

The 1928 acquisition of the Dodge Brothers firm made Chrysler the third of Detroit's "Big Three" automakers overnight and Walter Chrysler one of the most successful industrialists of his generation.
Known for many years as Detroit's "engineering company," Chrysler Corporation gained fame for creating power steering, power windows, the alternator, electronic fuel injection, the HEMI® engine and dozens of other automotive innovations.
Its famous products include the world's first streamlined car, the 1934 Chrysler Airflow; the 1955 Chrysler 300 (named for its massive HEMI® V8, the first American production engine to produce 300 horsepower) and the other sleek "Forward Look" cars of the '50s.
And that doesn't even take into consideration the Dodge and Plymouth "muscle cars" of the '60s, and the Chrysler minivan which is now recognized as one of the most successful vehicles of all time.

A merger brought the world-famous Jeep® brand to Chrysler in 1987 and today's Jeep® vehicles maintain the reputation for durability, established by predecessor models dating back to World War II.
Today, as an independent automaker, Chrysler LLC is building on its proud heritage to create tomorrow's most stylish and best engineered personal transportation.

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