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The Plymouth Expresso was a 1994 compact concept car by Plymouth. Its toy-like appearance (seen on rear-view mirrors, hubcaps, windows, and overall design) may be one of the reasons why it never went into production. The Expresso name however was used again as a trim package on the Plymouth Neon from 1997-1999, the Plymouth Voyager from 1998-1999, and the Plymouth Breeze from 1998-1999. The Expresso is seen today as the first in a series of concepts that led to the Chrysler PT Cruiser.
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