National Geographic : 1993 May
Judging from their products, a lot of people in Detroit who design traditional luxury cars must think you're an over-the-hill fogey. At Chrysler, we know better. Buy a Chrysler LHS and you'll be going over hills all right. And around curves. And through Reverse the aging process switchbacks. But at a much brisker pace than usual. Thanks, in part, to a 24-valve, 214 horsepower engine that delivers more torque than a Nissan 300 ZX. And Chrysler's unique "cab forward" design, which gives this car a cornering ability usually found in small sports sedans. (A four-wheel independent suspension with gas-charged struts *CD player optional. Buckle Up For Safety.