Chrysler has no plans (at least, none that we're aware of) that involve bringing a 200 wagon to market. If those plans change, we think the automaker should look towards Theophilus Chin for inspiration. We've seen Chin's renderings before, and his take on the 200 wagon suggests that the family hauler would also be a pretty decent looker, particularly as it forgoes the sedan's awkward greenhouse in favor of a more traditional form.

Chin takes on the rendering from both front and rear angles, and you can take a closer look at each by clicking through the gallery.

Now that you've taken a look, we'd like to know what you think. Should Chrysler expand the 200 lineup with a wagon? Have a say in our informal poll below.

Should Chrysler offer a 200 Wagon?
Yes 1 (33.3%)
No 1 (33.3%)
I'm not sure 1 (33.3%)

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