looks nice but personally if i were chrysler I would not produce it. Reason being is it seems like they are following gms footsteps. I.E. the supercar cadillac that is built on a corvette chassis. Same type of car but the caddy costs more. This being built on a viper chassis, housing the 6.1 hemi and typing to keep up with the chrysler more luxury image means it will more than likely, with the options, be equal to or more expensive than a viper. In that vein I wish they would spend more effort into producing a car that could compete on the level of a scion type of vehicle. I know that most might disagee but nissans starting to get into the market and so is suzuki. Other companies are scurrying to go into what used to be a type of void of market that no one really paid attention to. If chrysler keeps producing these gas hungry, heavy cars, and thats all theyve spent their resources on it might land them in trouble with sales and money again. No doubt the Hemis a good engine but the solution to a line of vehicles isnt slap a hemi in em. You have to diversify and that includes sport compacts and 2 door cars that are also cheap enough for the young to afford. Funny thing happened this weekend. I picked up a car and driver from 1975 and u know what was on the cover? A Rolls Royce with the caption about how shocking the 75,000 price tag was. I know the basic economic principles about inflation but as I read through the old car magazines to present it was amazing how prices would be steady then skyrocket higher than inflation could even produce em. Car companies at the rate they are going are going to end up pricing themselves out of the young adult market. A market that, at least here, has had a minimum wage be stagnent at 5.15 for quite a while. Couple that with increased cost of living at what seems like an oil company train of thought on pricing, which is raise prices sky high then pull off a bit to get people used to higher prices then go high again but when you pull back price not as low as last time, and you have a problem in my opinion. I see where their going in their marketing and personally I'm not as happy as some but thats just me.