One of the most affordable four-seater cabriolets in the U.S. market was Chrysler Sebring Convertible, whose successor, Chrysler 200 Convertible had finally appeared. But, strangely, it wasn’t presented live at the Detroit Motor Show 2011. Here are the first official pictures.
Perhaps the most surprising thing is the new Chrysler 200 Convertible that was not in its world premiere at the Detroit Motor Show 2011. In fact, Americans have just released the first official images of its successor, the Sebring Convertible, so that the rest of our information will arrive later.
From the first glance it is clear the connection with Chrysler 200 Sedan, launched in late of 2009, the front with the same elegant car and its good look with round headlights and the huge grid. As in case of the Crysler 200 Sedan, which comes to Sebring facelift, which implies changing the name of the car.
But the technical changes, such as the suspension, which is completely revised to provide the car a better handling on the road. As for the engines, the North American Chrysler 200 Convertible will be offered on the market with two petrol engines: a 2.4 liter four-cylinder and 173 hp and a 3.6 liter Pentastar V6 and 283 hp, both coupled to a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
Chrysler 200 Convertible will be present throughout Europe and will make its debut at Geneva Motor Show 2011 as … Lancia model. Lancia Flavia is circulated as the Chrisler Convertible, but this has not been officially confirmed. We are curious what engines will offer the European and especially, what price will have the car on the markets in spring of 2012.