With the upcoming demise of the Chrysler 300 we’ve been wondering how much longer the Chrysler brand can survive, given the fact that once the 300 is discontinued, it will only have the Pacifica minivan. Well there’s hope.
A new report claims that FCA will soon give the Chrysler brand some new life with the addition of a few new crossovers. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles hasn’t confirmed anything, but Allpar is reporting that the Chrysler brand could soon have at least three new crossovers.
First the report claims that Chrysler will get a version of the Jeep Grand Commander, which is sold in China. The Grand Commander is basically a stretched version of the Jeep Cherokee, but with more emphasis placed on comfort than off-road ability.
The second crossover is the Portal, which was previewed as a concept almost two years. The Chrysler Portal is expected to arrive by 2020 or 2021 and will likely share its DNA with the Pacifica.
Lastly the same report also claims that a crossover based on the Dodge Charger is in the works.