2010 Geneva Auto Show: Chrysler PT Cruiser Couture Edition

Chrysler is now owned by the Fiat Group, and the Italians intend to continue promoting the brand in Europe. So the American brand has quite a line-up for the Geneva Auto Show, which also includes the Chrysler PT Cruiser Couture Edition.

According to Chrysler, the new special edition model is supposed to exemplify “the romance of American automotive heritage, styling and versatility that made PT Cruiser an instant hit.”

The Couture Edition features a two tone paint job: “its fenders and high belt-line painted in Bright Silver Metallic, and upper body and roofline that recalls 1930s and 1940s era hot-rod styling in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl with accent red pinstripe, the 2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser Couture Edition delivers a bold look,” says Chrysler.

The exterior also gets chromed body-side moldings, door handles, 16-inch polished aluminum wheels and grille. Chrome also got to the interior, on the instrument panel’s three gauges, rotating air vents and the Chrysler-signature analog clock.

This is not the first time the Americans from Chrysler decided to launch a PT Cruiser Special collection. The 2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser Couture Edition is the 16th variation since PT Cruiser’s introduction, following five Dream Cruiser Series vehicles, PT Turbo, Flames, Woodie, Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible, the refreshed 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser, W.P. Chrysler Signature Series, PT Cruiser Classic, PT Street Cruiser Route 66, Pacific Coast Highway and Sunset Boulevard editions.

The car is already available in American showrooms and is priced at $19,995 MSRP, including the $720 destination charge.
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