The lackluster Chrysler Sebring Convertible is about to get a wee bit more stylish replacement. The maker has officially released the first pictures of an all-new Chrysler 200 Convertible, which will go into production later this year.
Versions of both the 200 sedan and ragtop will make their debut, meanwhile, under the Lancia badge, in March, at the annual Geneva Motor Show.
Significantly redesigned, the 200 sedan was launched last year. (Click Here for TheDetroitBureau.com’s review.) But the maker was holding back on word of the convertible until an upcoming auto show preview. At least that’s what it had planned until photos were unofficially leaked out to some Web outlets.
That forced Chrysler to put out an official press release – and to trigger an angry outburst by photographer Webb Bland, who declared it “infuriating,” on his Facebook page, that “five weeks of careful planning and logistics (were) destroyed in an instant…by one lone, misguided idiot.”