By Tom Krisher
The reinvented compact, unveiled at the Detroit auto show, is nothing like its predecessor from the 1960s and ’70s. But Chrysler is counting on the Dart, and its zippy name, to help it sell more small cars and continue its recent revival.
Instead of the somewhat boxy lines of the original, the new Dart has the sleek stance of a modern muscle-car, with a short hood, long roof and slightly flared fenders. And it’s based on the frame and suspension of a crisphandling Alfa Romeo hatchback brought over by Chrysler’s Italian owner, Fiat SpA.1 2 3 next >>