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North American Auto Show 2001
Detroit, MI, U.S.A.
January 12 - January 20, 2001


The Chrysler Crossfire concept car features a sophisticated design blending traditional European proportions and handling characteristics with the power and personality of an American performance car.


The Dodge PowerBox hybrid concept vehicle combines the brawny looks that have become synonymous with the Dodge brand, with an advanced powertrain that is gentle on the environment.


The Dodge Super8 Hemi® concept car is DaimlerChrysler’s newest execution of Passenger Priority design. Borrowing cues from Dodge trucks and sport-utilities, the Dodge Super8 Hemi is an all-American sedan 


Starting in March 2001, this car will not only build on the huge success of the previous compact Mercedes estate but, from September 2001, is also right on course to set a new estate trend in North America.

A U.S. version of the new sports coupe will come with the 2.3-liter supercharged engine that powers the popular SLK roadster, and the new model is expected to be priced under $30,000 when it arrives in the States in 2001. 





The Mitsubishi ASX multi-activity concept represents versatility, performance and environmental issues to create an automobile for all reasons.

With a 315-horsepower, twin-intercooled, twin-scroll turbo 2-liter engine, variable torque all-wheel drive system, three-plate carbon clutch, fully independent suspension and eight-piston front brake calipers, the RPM 7000 is anything but a clumsy leaf-spring land barge.





The back-to-basics, composite-bodied Jeep® Willys concept vehicle pays homage to Jeep vehicles of the past while showcasing the design and technology of the 21st century.


The Jeep-engineered Liberty will be produced at the all-new state-of-the-art Toledo (Ohio) North Assembly Plant, located across the street from the original plant where the company currently churns out Cherokees and Wranglers for worldwide consumption



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