1993: Chrysler LH Cars – Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision
“The three innovative new products – Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision – that we celebrate here will be recognized first for their dramatic cab-forward body design. But function follows form, in this case, and the real magic is in the details. By lengthening the wheelbase and pushing the wheels clear out to the corners of the vehicle, then going to the cab-forward format, Chrysler’s designers have created cars with huge interior volume. They are roomy and comfortable in the manner of American land yachts of yore, but they ride, handle, and hold the road like the best of the contemporary imports.
“There are no second-class cars in the LH lineup. The Dodge Intrepid is all things for all buyers. It features the most radical (Viperlike) styling and the widest array of options from base to bomb. The Eagle Vision is aimed right at the imports: more European, more subtle than the Dodge, with no base version. The Chrysler Concorde is the most traditional of the three, available with both engines but only base and touring suspensions. All of Chrysler’s new LH cars are barn burners – handsome, roomy, comfortable, fast, and safe. Uncle Sam needed a home run, and he got one.”