Detachable hardtop with opera window.
The TC (“Touring Coupe”) was a collaborative effort between Chrysler and Maserati; designed to give Chrysler a rival to the likes of the Cadillac Allante and the Mercedes 560SL. It was built of Chrysler components by Maserati and used a body and interior by the Italian automaker. The power came from a dual-overhead cam 2.2 liter turbocharged engine producing 175 horsepower. All TCs had leather interiors, Maserati tuned suspension, and four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. The convertible tops were manually operated and also came with a fiberglass removable hardtop with round opera windows reminiscent of the early Thunderbird. Only 7,300 (only 3,764 sold) of these beauties were produced in 1989.