Chrysler Pacifica (1999 concept vehicle)
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Not to be confused with the production Chrysler Pacifica crossover SUV.
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door minivan|
|Layout||Transverse FF layout
Transverse F4 layout
|Related||Chrysler Town & Country
|Engine||Chrysler 60° pushrod V6|
|Wheelbase||119.3 in (3,030 mm)|
|Length||199.7 in (5,072 mm)|
|Width||76.8 in (1,951 mm)|
The Chrysler Pacifica was a concept luxury minivan created by DaimlerChrysler under the Chrysler marque in 1999. The Pacifica was built in commemoration of the Chrysler minivan's 15th anniversary and was intended to be a more upscale variant of the Town & Country with an LHS inspired front fascia and a raised roof, which included a skylight and overhead storage bins. It could seat up to six, with four front and rear captain's chairs and fold-out jump seats on each of the rear seats. The 2nd row seats featured power footrests. The concept also had a golf bag rack in the trunk space that could hold up to four golf bags. Later in 1999, the name was applied to the crossover SUV, itself inspired by the Chrysler Citadel concept, which entered production in 2003.