2007 Chrysler Sebring Convertible spied in Detroit

Tim Beggs over at Planet Mopar dropped us a line saying that he caught the new Chrysler Sebring convertible out and about today. As seen here, the new droptop was still sporting its camo fore and aft, but now that we've seen the sedan, there's little mystery as to what's hidden underneath. The car Tim saw had its top down, and he snagged another photo showing the new interior that Tom LaSorda introduced us to back in June.
Styling has been a polarizing topic with the '07 Sebring, so we're interested to see how well it plays minus two doors and a roof. The undisguised areas show that the the car's looks will pretty much carry over from the sedan. The accent lines on the side panels are a worthwhile carryover and the wheels are identical to the ones we saw at the sedan's unveiling.

In his post, Tim notes the rumor that this new Sebring will be a retractable-hardtop C+C. If true, we're going to be very interested to see the packaging. The Sebring convertible, remember, was designed to be a true four-seater from the beginning (that's why it's as long as it is), and the outgoing model had decent trunkspace even with the top down. A retractable hardtop will presumably take up a lot more room back there, leaving less space for golf clubs and luggage.

All will be revealed in a few weeks. Until then, make sure you check out Planet Mopar to see Tim's photos and get his take on things.

[Source: Planet Mopar]

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