1991 Minivan for people who  don’t like vans but must have one for family reasons,hence more fluid sporting body surfaces. It influenced Chrysler’s thinking on vans.

Designer:  Bill Chergosky

1991 hatchback has whimsey for youth market. Notice decorative trailing edge of B pillar has been repeated along bottom edge of bumpers; notice decorative steel trim on belt line and wheel centers, these are unifying design elements.

Designer:  Mark Trostle

1991 hatchback uses hydroformed tube for door sill and trailing pillar treated as a decorative element but reinforcing a feeling of safety. Dimpled steel permits thinner gauge to reduce weight.

Designer:   Jeff Nowack

1997 sport coupe incorporates simple surfaces with swaged feature lines incorporated harmoniously on the different planes to strengthen the overall composition.Front and rear lamps and bumpers also reinforces unity.

Designer:  Damon Depeyster

1996 sedan uses carbon fiber on the front doors incorporating the hinge and latches, This leaves the steel areas to be a thinner gauge thus reducing weight.

Designer: Chris Zarlinga

1997 small SUV uses repetition of circles and semi circles to achieve a strong personality and overall composition.

Designer:  Sean Ehlert

1997 small SUV has exoskeletal hydroformed tubular structure around the passenger compartment with exposed cast door hinges becoming an important  aesthetic feature.

Designer:  Tim Kozub