Chrysler Vision 1993
For the Chrysler Vision, the same engines were offered as for the first generation of the Chrysler Concorde: the EGA V6 engine with a 3.3-liter capacity of 162 hp. and the EGJ V6 power unit of 3.5 liters, whose power was 214 hp. As for the transmission, there was used a 4-speed automatic transmission (popular at that time among Chrysler cars).
It is worth noting that there were two options for a complete set of the Chrysler Vision car: the basic ESi (a 3.3-liter engine was used) and the maximum TSi (a 3.5-liter engine), which included options such as leather seats, including steering wheel trim, seat ventilation, and armrest for rear passengers, as well as additional interior lighting. In 1995, the list of options added to the electric side mirrors and windows, as well as stereo cassette tape recorder. In the same year, the 3.5-liter power unit became available as an option for the ESi version.
In 1996, a semi-automatic transmission was proposed for the TSi version. Switching was carried out by tilting the lever to the right and left, raising or lowering the transmission.
During the period of production of the Chrysler Vision model from 1993 to 1997 about 105,000 cars were sold. By 1998, Chrysler was planning to redesign cars based on the LH platform. As a result, sales of the Vision model continued until September 1997, since the release of an updated version of this car was expected. However, later the Chrysler concern decided to complete the production of cars called “Vision” and “Talon”, in order to get rid of the brand “Eagle” that exists with these models. The new version of the Vision was given the name Chrysler 300M, which was introduced in 1999.