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Chrysler 100, midsize CUV and plug-in hybrid minivan launch bid to go mainstream

Gardner set a sales target of 800,000 units by 2018, which marks an increase of 350,000 units compared to its 2013 sales results. That's a pretty big ask for a brand that's struggled to define itself over the past decade.

Naturally, then, Chrysler will need some new product to hit that goal. Leading the charge will be a "thoroughly refreshed" 300 sedan, which we can expect to see later this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Considering the 300's 2011 arrival, this fits in nicely with the average automotive life cycle.

Following the 300's refresh, 2016 will see the arrival of the Chrysler 100, a C-segment offering that will challenge the likes of the Ford Focus, Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Chevrolet Cruze. The 100 may be the most important vehicle in the Chrysler brand's five-year plan, as it will mark its entry into one of the hottest segments in the auto industry.

http://www.autoblog.com/2014/05/06/chrysler-100-cuv-plug-in-hybrid-minivan/
 

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Almost doubling in 4 years? Has any full-size brand ever done that? I mean it's one thing if someone like Tesla does it, but a well-established brand like Chrysler? I have a tough time believing that!
They must really be counting on the 200.
 
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