I'm a Chrysler enthusiast, and I notice the frequent pictures of other auto executives in the newspapers touting their future products and designs. Hey, that's OK.
Walter P. Chrysler was Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1928. The cover of the Jan. 7, 1929, issue read, "Big game stays in the deep forest."
The crew at Chrysler is doing just that. They have some pretty cool products and ideas in the pipeline, most of which will promote smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles. It looks like Chrysler stole the new product show this year.
Quick, well-thought-out business decisions along with Daimler engineering and quality will turn the Chrysler group into a powerhouse.
Some of the products from other manufacturers were either gas-guzzling sports cars, big sport-utilities or even a Chrysler car look-alike at the Chicago auto show.
I bet a lot of people thought Chrysler could not sustain competitiveness in the trenches. When the economy improves, Chrysler will bust out fighting with great products.