The 2010 Chrysler line-up has dropped to four vehicles. The Aspen sport utility vehicle and the turbocharged PT Cruiser have been the latest subtraction to a vehicle range that has shrunken rapidly in 2009. Along with ridding itself of vehicles, Chrysler is also casting off design cues of the past for the future. Featuring a refreshed exterior for 2010, the redesigned Chrysler Sebring most notably deletes the hood streaks for a smoother, sleeker surface. A new instrument cluster as well as front seats incorporating active head restraints are also additions to the 2010 Sebring. The Chrysler 300 sedan and Chrysler Town & Country minivan are also safer vehicles in 2010 with the inclusion of side curtain airbags on all models. For 2010, the Chrysler PT Cruiser is only offered in a Classic trim level powered by a 150-horsepower four-cylinder engine.