2006 Chrysler Imperial Concept


2006 Chrysler Imperial Concept

2006 Chrysler Imperial Concept

Detroit, Jan 8, 2006 – Like the great Imperials of Chrysler’s storied past, the 2006 Imperial concept vehicle is designed as Chrysler’s flagship, a luxury sedan that is elegant, provocative, aspirational, yet attainable.

To realize the proportions the designers sought, the Imperial, mounted on a 123-inch wheelbase, is 17 inches longer and six inches higher than a 300 sedan it is based off. The roof was pulled rearward to enlarge the cabin as well as to create the luxury of length in side view. Most importantly, passengers sit nearly seven inches higher. Combined with the higher hood and deck and the large 22-inch aluminum wheels, this gives the Imperial the noble stance the designers envisioned.

Hinged at the A and C-pillars, the wide doors can be flung open a la French doors for a dignified entry, revealing the absence of the customary B-pillar and permitting a dramatic realization of the entire interior. Attention to detail and materials is unsurpassed. In studied contrast to the monochromatic Imperial Bronze exterior, the high-contrast four-passenger cabin is smartly two-toned in rich Bay Brown and buttery Birch Creme, inviting the viewer into a world of supple leather and soft suede complemented by California burl wood and metallic-like accents rendered in a lustrous warm bronze.

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In Detail

engine Hemi V8
power 253.5 kw / 340 bhp
torque 528.77 nm / 390 ft lbs
driven wheels RWD
front tires P245/45R22
rear tires P245/45R22
f brake size mm / in
r brake size mm / in
front wheels F 55.9 x 22.9 cm / 22 x 9 in
rear wheels R 55.9 x 22.9 cm / 22 x 9 in
f suspension Short/Long Arms
r suspension Multilink
wheelbase 3123 mm / 123.0 in
front track 1623 mm / 63.9 in
rear track 1638 mm / 64.5 in
length 5439 mm / 214.1 in
width 1933 mm / 0.7 in
height 1615 mm / 63.6 in
transmission 5-Speed Auto
gear ratios :1
top speed ~257.5 kph / 160 mph
0 – 60 mph ~5.5 seconds
0 – 1/4 mile ~14.5 seconds