Does the 2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible mimic the feeling of flying?

This year, Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale will star in the 2012 remake of 1990’s “Total Recall,” but perhaps the real “star” is the Chrysler 200 Convertible.

As the ad suggests, driving one could be just as much fun as flying. According to a press release from Chrysler, “The ad, titled ‘Wings,’ sets out to show how the driving excitement that the Chrysler hovercars provide in ‘Total Recall’ in the year 2084 is the same that can be experienced today behind the wheel of a 2012 Chrysler 200 Convertible.”

We’ll let you be the judge. Check out the video and pics below.

The Chrysler SRT Tour: American Muscle, Performance and Luxury hit the road

On July 6, four drivers will be going on a road trip to show off the best of Chrysler’s Street Racing Technology (SRT) division by traveling to 30 locations across the United States.

The vehicles going on tour are the Chrysler 300 SRT8, Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, Dodge Charger SRT8 and the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8. They’ll leave from the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals in Pennsylvania and traveling across the East coast, then headed west.

According to the, they’re “going to roll with special guests and famous names, put out some challenges, rack up some miles on SRT machines and keep you in on all the action.”

Last year, the SRT tour traveled more than 18,000 miles, went to 30 states and visited 40 local club events and cruise nights, the site says.

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Chrysler’s RAM offers competitive edge over Ford F-150

USA Today is reporting that Chrysler’s Ram want to challenge Ford in the battle over fuel economy.

Though official numbers haven’t been released yet, executives are claiming that Chrysler’s Ram posts better mileage numbers than Ford with it’s turbocharged V-6, according to the story.

The story says the best-in=class numbers will go to the re-engineered 1500 pickup’s with a Pentastar V-6 engine teamed with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

As of now, Ford MPG numbers stand at 17 miles per gallon for city driving and 23 miles per gallon for the two-wheel drive Ford F-150 and its Ecoboost turbo engine.

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