Extreme flexibility also is central to the Hornet’s sporty interior. The space-saving foam seats are exceptionally slim but comfortable. Good-looking as they are, the seats’ real beauty lies in their adaptability. Both the passenger front bucket seat and the 40-60 three-passenger rear seats fold forward and collapse to the floor to provide a flat load bed.
Dodge Hornet’s crisp black and slate grey interior is designed for both style and utility. The driver’s door trim panel, for example, contains a first aid kit, open storage bin, and a closed case with carrying handle that can be removed from the car. The driver’s side rear door contains a handy beverage cooler while the door opposite boasts a fold-out table module.
Chrysler Group continues to roll out their products on a global footprint with technology relevant for international markets (Diesel, RHD and low displacement engines).
Also on the Dodge side, the Caliber and Nitro, the first volume vehicles to lead the expansion of the Dodge brand outside of North America, will have their European premieres in Geneva. The high-performance Chrysler 300C Touring SRT8 will have its world premiere at the show, while the European debuts of the Jeep Compass and the high-performance Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 round out the Chrysler Group line-up for Geneva.