I find Dodge's new policy of not producing anything that won't sell at least 100,000 copies annually interesting, to say the least.
Goodbye to the M80; goodbye to the Razor. Goodbye to any interesting concept car. Goodbye, one assumes, to the Neon and Stratus or any other small Dodge. Goodbye to the Durango.
That leaves the Intrepid, Caravan/Grand Caravan, Ram and Dakota. Not a very inspiring lineup, is it?
Is Chrysler going to adopt the M80 or the Razor, moving it even farther downmarket than the PT Cruiser and the Voyager did?
Does anyone remember the Ply-mouth brand? Clearly, the PT Cruiser was supposed to be a Plymouth - wouldn't that have given the brand a jump-start? Wouldn't the Razor and M80 make exciting youth-oriented products?