Fiat Chrysler lead designer Ralph Gilles was formerly head of the automaker’s SRT performance brand, so you can bet that fast cars are frequently on his mind.
The Canadian-American was recently at dinner when he got the idea to draw up a track-ready version of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica and post it to his Instagram page. As you can see in the photo below, his vision for a high-performance Pacifica includes bigger wheels, a rear spoiler, a larger lower air intake and hood vents.
Our friends at Autoblog take the high-performance Pacifica idea one step further, envisioning the 707 horsepower 6.2-liter Hellcat engine in its mid-section powering the rear wheels and linked to a manual transmission. It’s just about the last product FCA needs right now, so we say give it the green light!