We hate not knowing things when it comes to car related stuff, and thinking that there might be a Chrysler hiding underneath those multiple layers of camo has our imagination in a state of flux.
These images were sent to us by Carscoops reader Michael who told us that the people there were “very adamant to cover the cars,” and that he suspects the three prototypes might be wearing Chrysler badges since they were “followed by a Chrysler mini van.”
We can even see the Pacifica parked alongside one of the prototypes, though just because they might be using a Chrysler as a support vehicle doesn’t necessarily mean that the cars tested here are also of the same brand.
Still, let’s go with the Chrysler angle first. What do you reckon then? All-new 300? These prototypes certainly look bigger than the 200, and while they also have that familiar sloped rear window, we can’t exactly rely on this theory since Chrysler already pulled the plug on the 200 project.
Moving on, they also look a little smaller than the 300 (maybe), and that’s a problem since there aren’t any more four-door sedan Chryslers to consider. Speaking of the 300, last year, Sergio Marchionne hinted that the next-gen model would share the same platform as the Pacifica, meaning it could be available with either front wheel drive or all wheel drive.
Of course, since Chrysler is an FCA brand, just like Dodge, we also can’t rule out the possibility of these things being Dodges. So could we be looking at the all-new Charger here? Or perhaps something else entirely, like an all-new Toyota Avalon (look close and long enough and that front fascia seems to resemble a Toyota). Sound off below and let us know what you think.
H/T to Michael