Chrysler’s future product lineup is uncertain as Fiat Chrysler searches for a partner to build its smaller cars.
The brand launched its renamed Pacifica minivan this year and will add a pair of three-row crossovers, one midsize and one full-size, but a planned lineup of sedans may be limited to the Chrysler 300 as soon as next year.
100: Plans for a Chrysler 100 small sedan have been shelved as part of the automaker’s production conversion to build more Jeeps and Rams.
200: Production of the 200 will end in December. It is unclear what will replace it, if anything, or if another manufacturer will take over production of the car, which Chrysler insists is still a possibility.
Midsize crossover: Delayed to 2019, the front-wheel-drive, three-row vehicle will share a Fiat platform and many components with the Jeep Cherokee.
300: Redesign of Chrysler’s large sedan has been delayed until 2020, when it would move to the Giorgio platform if the model is continued. But the 300 is under consideration to be withdrawn after the 2020 model year.