Launched by the house of Chrysler in the early months of 2000, the Chrysler PT is a compact vehicle that retrieves the retro style of cruisers, added with 5 door hatchback and a convertible 2 door facility for the 2005 model which was in the pipe lineup. Though this car model was originally addressed as a Plymouth variation, the nameplate and branding of the Chrysler got attached with PT cruiser after it was re-launched by the brand in the year of 2001, after the production was stopped by Plymouth. In future years, the designing of this vehicle was done by Bryan Nesbitt who added the PT initial which stands for Personal Transport. The framing of the car was also done under production code as its name holds similarity with the previous Chrysler model.
Again in the year of 2005, the car was remodeled as a four seating convertible that has two doors and other benefits such as rigidity, intense rollover protection facility and incorporated sort bar.
The special addition of sport bar also allowed quick and easy access of air flow from the rear seat passage, thus making passengers enjoy a smoother and enjoyable ride all through. Though there was quite popularity of this model among car lovers, it was seen that in the end of December 2007 the production line was dropped gradually. The last few production units of the Chrysler PT Cruiser that was released in 2007 were marketed as the revised model of 2008. However it was in the start of 2009 that the private equity firm of Chrysler LLC declared the discontinuation of their primary model of Chrysler PT.