Well, we've yet to even get to Thanksgiving and the LA Auto Show and already automakers are dropping Detroit goodness all over the interwebs. Maybe it was the Malibu shot released earlier today that caused these two concepts, one for the Jeep Trailhawk and the other for the Chrysler Nassau, released today by the 'merican side of the German-American hybrid, to break free from the oppressive chains of automaker embargo — who knows. What we do know is that the first, the Trailhawk, is pictured above with the PR slug below. The Nassau's pictured and slugged after the jump.
The Jeep Trailhawk concept merges the spectrum of the Jeep brand by combining the core features of the Jeep Wrangler with the sophistication of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Derived from the all-new 2007 Wrangler architecture, the Jeep Trailhawk concept taps into "Jeep Rugged" attributes to provide classic proportions, unsurpassed off-road capability and a new approach to open-air freedom. The headlamps, cropped and peering out from beneath a diagonal brow, produce the countenance of a bird of prey, and the inspiration for the "Trailhawk" name.
The Chrysler Nassau concept is a four-door, four-passenger luxury coupe with an emphasis on driving dynamics. The artistic exterior design leans toward an exploration as to what could be a future sedan in the brand's lineup. The Chrysler Nassau concept highlights sweeping curves to define the front and rear fasciae.
Bonus goes to anyone who can name the sketch artist on them.
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