Town and Country: From Wooden Wagon to Family Van
In more than five generations, the Chrysler Town & Country minivan has established a reputation as a family vehicle that focuses on safety with an interior layout that is innovative and accommodating for families on the go. Its heritage reaches back to the Town & Country wooden station wagons of the 1940s that evolved into Chrysler coupes, sedans, convertibles and finally the family van. These designs all changed over the years as a result of consumer feedback and discoveries by Chrysler's engineering and research teams. Like all of Chrysler's models, today's minivan has strong ties to its roots of innovation, style and performance.