To maintain Chrysler’s styling innovation, the Newport Dual Cowl Phaeton was initially released in 1941 as the Golden Arrow. Just five examples were made by LeBaron for a national tour including a stop at the 1941 Indianapolis 500. Styling for the car was the work of LeBaron who envisioned a streamlined version of the Duesenberg Dual Cowl Phaeton. Thus, it had a completely separate rear passenger space complete with windshield and rear-view mirrors. Realized in aluminum, the shape of the car was entirely streamlined.