FCA could charge $100,000+ per unit and they would sell.
The rendering is extremely realistic and convincing.
Chrysler and Mopar fans all remember the fabled and short-lived Dodge Caravan Turbo which was introduce in the late 1980s. In the following years, Dodge introduced a number of performance Caravan concepts including both a 2000 and a 2008 Dodge Caravan R/T concept. These numerous concepts prove that the idea of a performance minivan is still alive and well at FCA.
This rendering, posted by abimelecdesign on their Instagram account, should make FCA’s decision a no-brainer. In fact, so good is the rendering that Ralph Gilles could simply ok the exterior design and fast-forward production.
The Pacifica SRT is based on the facelifted 2021 minivan and is fitted with the Charger/Challenger’s widebody kit and appropriated wheels. While it might be complicated to fit a 392 HEMI V8 under the Pacifica’s bonnet, we’re convinced that FCA engineers are up to the task. As well and as it should, maintaining the use of the Pacifica’s new AWD system will be a must.
Given FCA’s ongoing relentless SRT-everything with V8 engines approach, the super-minivan must happen. This may be this van’s only chance of existing.
FCA could make it a limited run of 1,000 units priced at $100,000 each. Built it and people will buy it.