Chrysler Atlantic Concept

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Damn how did this ugly thing slipped our radar? Chrysler Atlantic Concept was unveiled back in 1995 and it stood as 1930’s styled luxury coupe. The car was designed by Bob Hubbach, who used tubular chassis that utilized Viper’s suspension and two 4-cyl engines from Neon bolted together to get a straigt-8.

Our verdict – even though it does look quite sexy from rear angle we are happy it was never mass produced.

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