At the 2010 Chicago Auto Show, expect nothing but the best from Chrysler's display despite it not having much of a display of new products. No one will argue that the biggest attraction would be the Camp Jeep, a 25,000 sq-ft indoor driving course.
Those who attend the show will get a five-minute passenger ride on the track, chauffeured in the Wrangler Unlimited, Grand Cherokee, and Liberty.
The highlighted obstacles include an 18-ft hill, a section that simulates driving on fallen logs, and a 45-degree wedge. The purpose of having this on- and off-road track is to display Jeep vehicles' ground clearance, traction, stability, articulation, and suspension.
Attendees will also get to view Chrysler's live TV option, FLO TV. The $629 option adds 20 live channels, including CBS Mobile, CNBC, Comedy Central, FOX News, MSNBC, MTV, NBC 2Go, and Nickelodeon.
This option is offered on the Chrysler Town & Country; Jeep Grand Cherokee and Commander; Dodge Grand Caravan, Journey, and Nitro; and Ram 1500/2500/3500. If your vehicle is on this list (model year 2008 to 2010) and you want this service, you would need Moparâ€š headrest- or seat-mounted DVD entertainment systems.
FLO TV carries a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on new vehicles or a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty on retrofitted vehicles.
FLO TV is a major feature in a "connected" Dodge Grand Caravan that boasts all the infotainment systems Chrysler has available, including satellite radio, multi-language voice command, a dual-screen rear entertainment system, Sirius Backseat TV, mobile Wi-Fi from Uconnect, satellite navigation, and Bluetooth integration.