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Geneva Motor Show: Airflite embodies Chrysler design

CHRYSLER design chief Trevor Creed enlisted the help of some unusual props when he unveiled the Airflite concept car at the Geneva Motor Show.

Design chief Trevor Creed claimed the Airflite was another example of functional art. He said: 'This car is our piece de resistance. 'It combines the passion of Chrysler design, the styling of a coupe and the practicality and function of a saloon. In doing so, the Airflite concept (pictured) is a unique interpretation of the five-door hatchback.'


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