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Chrysler Airflite Concept

The Chrysler Airflite, the newest design statement from DaimlerChrysler, blends the passion of Chrysler design, the styling of a coupe and the practicality and function of a sedan to create a unique interpretation of the five-door hatchback.

The long, clean aerodynamic lines of Airflite's striking profile combine with the spacious, creative but practical interior to produce a car that is as much museum-quality sculpture as it is personal transportation. It brings form and function together in a stylish, sporty vehicle designed to appeal to the mainstream market segment.


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Chrysler Crossfire

With its long hood and fast back, Chrysler Crossfire's side profile is instantly recognizable. The car's broad shoulders envelop 19-inch rear wheels. Front wheels are slightly smaller, yet still measure an impressive 18 inches. With larger wheels in back, the side profile has a poised stance.

The name "Crossfire" was conceived during the development of the vehicle's distinctive character line which moves precisely and rapidly from front to rear. The character line "crosses" to a negative formation from a positive formation as it travels quickly from the front through the rear fender. Rear fenders are muscular and wide and conclude in the large, sculpted tail lamps. The side profile is complete with metallic-finished side air louvers.

One of Chrysler Crossfire's most distinguishing features is its center spine that runs the length of the car and gives a chiseled, carved appearance. The line starts at the front grille and concludes between the dual exhaust pipes. This center spine form also appears on door handles and exterior mirrors.


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Daewoo Scope

As the possible automotive answer to the lifestyle of the future, Daewoo will be launching its crossover vehicle "Scope" in Geneva. It combines the dynamics and maneuverability of a sports car with the robustness of an all-terrain vehicle. The aerodynamic, wedge-shaped body with a total length of 4,474 millimeters (wheelbase: 2,650 mm) points to the sporty character of the new vehicle while the vertical radiator grille emphasizes its off-road suitability. The width of 1,897 and the height of 1,710 millimeters mark its compact design.

It is not only the numerous seat configurations that highlight the interior's flexibility. If more space is required, the armrests can be folded up to get them out of the way. In addition, Scope has only one remote control for the doors as well as the stereo system, which can be quite practical, for example during a picnic. Even the engine can be started using the same wireless control unit. The Scope is powered by a compact, six-cylinder, transverse engine from GM Daewoo's XK product line. The all-aluminum DOHC (dual, overhead camshaft) engine has a capacity of 2,492 cm3 and an output of 115 kW/157 hp at 5,800 rpm; the maximum torque of 245 Nm is available at 4,000 rpm.


Daewoo Nubira

The new Daewoo Nubira is one of the most spacious vehicles in its class. It has grown significantly in comparison to its predecessor and offers more space, especially in the rear, than practically every competitor.

The foundation for the new Nubira's comprehensive safety system is the use of more high-strength steels. In addition, two front and two side airbags, three-point seatbelts all round as well as Isofix child seat anchorages on the outer rear seats guarantee the best possible passenger protection.


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Ferrari

The 'Challenge Stradale' will officially be presented. The new Ferrari, which will flank the 360 Modena and 360 Spider and which symbolises the close links between competition and the world of Granturismo, will transfer the experience of the international Ferrari Challenge Pirelli Trophy Championships, and Granturismo races, to the street. On the Prancing Horse stand will be the 'Enzo Ferrari', the 360 Spider, the 575M Maranello, the 456M GTA and the F2001.


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