In hardtop form, the Chrysler Crossfire was the best example of a car that looked great head-on, then slowly got worse as you walked around only to arrive at that bulbous rear end. And the interior was awful. It's not exactly mourned today.
Admit it. The Chrysler Crossfire has slipped your mind. Days, no weeks — months, a year, two, three — have gone by, and no Chrysler Crossfire, a car to which you once probably devoted a thought here and there. How could something once present in your consciousness just go away like that?
The Chrysler Crossfire's 20% Chrysler and 80% Mercedes, but the best Mercedes engine given to us Americans was the SRT6 supercharged 330 hp V6. Someone's fixed this slight by dropping a very Bruce 55K V8 into a Crossfire. Krosspressor anyone?
A security camera captured this high speed collision at a Russian intersection between a speeding Chysler Crossfire and a not-so-speedy cube van. Warning, the video contains images which may be disturbing to some viewers.