DURHAM, NC – While Chrysler Group will not lock in design themes for its next-generation minivans, codenamed RT, until later this year, the auto maker says styling differentiation is a top priority. Chrysler has entrusted RT design duties to Ralph Gilles, whose last project was the highly acclaimed 300 sedan. His appointment is a clear sign exterior design will be a major facet of future minivan plans. Chrysler Town & Country “You are somewhat limited to what you can do with a ...
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