Chrysler Pacifica (1999 concept vehicle)
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|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.
The name was eventually applied to a crossover, itself inspired by the Chrysler Citadel concept, which was produced from 2003 to 2008 and is currently being used on the replacement for the Town & Country minivan.