Chrysler unveiled 66 cars in its product pipeline at a private dealer meeting Monday in Las Vegas, Reuters reports . One dealer said it "was like a lovefest" as representatives from some 2,600 global dealerships — the vast majority based in the U.S. — beheld a two-tiered stage of future products at the MGM Grand hotel.
Among the cars that dealers shared with Reuters:
A redesigned Chrysler 200 that departs from the current Sebring-derived 200. Dealers said it looks a lot like the 2013 Dodge Dart.
A subcompact Chrysler 100.
A subcompact Jeep crossover, plus redesigns of the Compass, Patriot and Liberty that follow styling cues of the current Grand Cherokee .
Two Alfa Romeo cars that Chrysler will sell in Fiat showrooms.
Chrysler officials wouldn't comment to Reuters on the story, but during the last closed-door dealer meeting about future products — in Florida in 2010 — the automaker unveiled the
Town & Country
, along with the
. The reporting on that meeting turned out
, so we're inclined to think these products are legit. We'll keep you posted as we learn more.
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