I don't mean they are looking at three hundred different cars, I mean more LX based 300 models. Eric Ridenour, executive vice president-product development at Chrysler Group says that they will not let the 300 get stale like the PT. Models that Chrysler are looking include a long wheel-base 300 and a convertible. Currently the ASC 300C concept is being considered if the torsion rigidity is kept in check. "Don't rule one out" says Ridenour, but no decisions have been made yet. Do you think that too many models will burn out this platform quicker than it would naturally?
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