GENEVA – Chrysler Group takes the wraps off its new Chrysler Airflite concept car here that insiders say offers a strong hint at the future design of the replacement for the Chrysler 300M large sedan. The Airflite, built on a shorter version of Chrysler’s upcoming LX rear-wheel-drive platform, is a 4-door sedan with a hatchback – a feature that has become taboo in the U.S. market. The long, tapered roofline, uninterrupted glass and body side forms of Airflite's exterior follow closely in ...

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