Chrysler is bidding farewell to this American icon to appease the Left

    The big automaker Chrysler was once one of “the Big Three” automakers in Detroit.

    Then they made bad decisions, took a taxpayer bailout, and eventually got bought out by German auto giant Daimler-Benz.

    Now Chrysler is bidding farewell to this American icon to appease the Left.

    There is a saying going around the Internet and on social media – “Get woke, go broke.”

    It refers to all the corporate giants who have gone woke to appease the Left only to later realize that was a huge financial mistake.

    Disney has seen its profits take a nosedive.

    Netflix is trying to figure out how to even stay in business.

    And of course CNN is on its deathbed as the new owners clean house.

    Now, in the rush to appease the econazi activists, Chrysler has decided to risk bankruptcy yet again.

    Chrysler recently commemorated the 70-year legacy of its iconic Chrysler 300 with the unveiling of the 2023 Chrysler 300C.

    The 2023 300 is powered by a 6.4L Hemi engine with 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft. of torque.

    It was unveiled in the heart of downtown Detroit, in front of the iconic Spirit of Detroit statue on Woodward Avenue.

    Unfortunately, it came with bad news as well.

    The 2023 model will be the last Chrysler 300 ever made.

    That is making car enthusiasts turn on the German-owned company.

    From its introduction in 1955, to its return in 2005, and in the years following its return, the Chrysler 300 simply represented iconic American luxury, forward-looking design, and power for many decades.

    The new 6.4L Hemi V8-powered 2023 Chrysler 300C pays tribute to the long and storied history of Chrysler 300 and is the end of an era as the 2023 model year will mark the end of Chrysler 300 production.

    Daimler recently sold half their brand of Smart cars to Communist Chinese giant Geely with the intention of moving production to China for the next-generation models of electric vehicles like the “smart” car Fortwo.

    Geely of course is the communist China based parent company of Volvo, Lotus, and – possibly in the near future – the struggling Aston Martin.

    It seems Daimler Chrysler would rather focus on EVs than on real automobiles.

    And the end for the Chrysler 300 is an end to the epic luxury muscle car that has ruled the category for decades.

    With Ford recently announcing they would not be scrapping the Mustang for an EV version, that leaves the Ford Mustang as the only remaining iconic muscle car that will still be in production after 2023.

    Only a matter of time will tell how seriously this damages Chrysler and if taxpayers will have to bail them out once again for another bad decision.

    Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.

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