Defined as a classic for tomorrow, the 1996 Chrysler LHX concept vehicle deftly blended the best aesthetic elements of the past wîth a modern interpretation and cab-forward architecture.
An extremely fast windshield and rear window, large 20-inch rear wheels, and a beautifully sculpted silhouette, gave this futuristic luxury sedan an extremely aggressive look. But instead of going overboard wîth futuristic gadgets and design, Chrysler designers combined the concept look wîth the classic feel luxury buyers look for and have come to expect from Chrysler.
The LHX's interior combined graceful, simple forms and sophisticated materials that speak of craftsmanship and a departure from typical mass production molding techniques. LHX had plenty of power under the hood, too, wîth a 250-horsepower 3.5-liter, single overhead cam, 24-valve, V6 engine.Source - Chrysler
By successfully combining heritage design with cab forward, the Chrysler LHX concept vehicle welcomes a new era of automotive development as art. It truly is a classic for tomorrow.