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Mike Stevens | Feb 19, 2009

It seems that Chrysler’s bid for further financial aid may have also revealed the company’s plans for two of its most popular cars: the Chrysler 300C and the Jeep Cherokee.

As part of its long-term viability plan presented to the US government, these renderings were included as a visual look at what Chrysler intends to do with its budget if the government decides to post bail for the troubled carmaker.

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According to the slick Powerpoint-like graphics, the Cherokee will gain a 19 percent increase in fuel economy between 2010 and 2012, and will feature a class-beating interior.

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The 2010 300C – apart from being the "most awarded car in automotive history” (Chrysler's words there) – will receive a full redesign inside and out.

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Chrysler says the 300C will offer an all-new fuel-efficient V6 option to go along with a cylinder deactivation-equipped HEMI V8.

The two concepts are nice enough to look at, and if Chrysler can hold true to its plans - and get that funding it desperately needs - the new 300C and Jeep Cherokee would no doubt provide a healthy boost to the manufacturer’s income.

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