Unfortunately it’s not available in Australia but this neat little machine – the Eos is set to hit the US showrooms at the end of the northern summer. The Eos features a three-panel roof that transforms a hardtop coupe – complete with sunroof – into an open convertible.
The Eos will come with a choice of two engines:
The 2 litre 4 cylinder turbo that produces 200 horspower and starts at $27,990 and
The 3.2 litred V6 that produces 250 horspower and starts at $36,850
Both versions are available with a range of options that include 12-way power drivers seat, heated front seats and washer nozzles, multi-function steering wheel, rain sensing wipers, satellite radio, DVD navigation system and park distance control – just to name a few.
It will be interesting to watch the sales of this car because Chrysler have been trying to sell the Crossfire – a very similar vehicle built by Karmann in Germany – for several years and last year had to resort to trying to sell old stock through an online discount site.