Chrysler Thunderbolt (1993)
The Chrysler Thunderbolt was a four-seat concept automobile created by Tom Gale that debuted at the 1993 Detroit Auto Show. The car was designed to be a halo vehicle and was based on a stretched Chrysler LH platform shared with the Concorde, Intrepid, LHS, and 300M. The car was completely functioning and was powered by an experimental 4.0L 32-valve V8 designed by François Castaing and fed through a 4-speed automatic transmission, as well as a highly advanced infotainment system with satnav and built-in video games. The original automobile was housed at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum but has since been relocated due to the museum’s closure.