Not every concept car is meant to go into production. No matter how much fans at the Auto Show might like the vehicle, they simple aren't all practical for everyday use. Such was the case with the 1992 Chrysler Cirrus.
Like many of Chrysler's concept cars, the Cirrus was built to demonstrate the possibilities of cab-forward architecture and hint at the levels it could be taken to in the future. Take a close look at the front of the Cirrus. You'll notice something that few cars have done. The hood-line has little to no break between the hood and the windshield to create an extremely aerodynamic flow.
Granted, Chrysler did build a production car called the Cirrus but it was not this extreme and there, much more practical.Source - Chrysler