Walter P. Chrysler founded The Chrysler Corporation in 1925, with an eye toward establishing an entity similar to General Motors. Over the years, the company developed a line of cars as aggressive and innovative as its namesake.
The Chrysler Corporation is credited with the first application of four-wheel hydraulic brakes. It also came up with rubber engine mounts to make its cars run more smoothly. Additionally, the company pioneered the use of the ridged wheel lip to keep the tire in place should it deflate. Chrysler is also credited with building the first mass-produced aerodynamic automobile—the 1934 Chrysler Airflow.
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Chrysler’s current line up is led by the highly vaunted 300 model, which is available in a variety of formats—including both rear- and all-wheel drive as well as luxury oriented and high performance versions. The company is also credited with inventing the modern minivan and indeed, its Town and Country product remains one of the most competitive in the marketplace.
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