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Chrysler 200C concept - New
At this year's Detroit Auto Show, Chrysler showed off a concept car called the Chrysler 200C. It was slightly larger than the current mid-size Sebring sedan but smaller than the full-size 300.

Chrysler's lead designer, Ralph Gilles said that a car looking very much like the 200C is intended for near-future production. The look is much sleeker and cleaner than current Chrysler designs. The car displayed at the show was an electric-powered vehicle to boot, Chrysler said.

Chrysler has said its plan is to make vehicles like the 200C available in both gasoline- and electric-powered versions. A plug-in of some type is planed for next year, but Chrysler still isn't saying what it will be, only that more are supposed to follow.

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Last updated February 18 2009: 11:42 AM ET
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