Tuesday, December 21, 2010

2011 Chrysler 300 next month at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show

Today, the company revealed interior images along with more information on the features of the full-size sedan. The biggest news inside — besides an entirely new interior — is the 8.4-inch LCD touch-screen multimedia center that comes standard in the Chrysler 300. We recently tested it in the 2011 Dodge Journey, and it offers a lot of capability, though navigation is not standard. The steering wheel looks to be similarly meaty to those in the Dodge and Jeep vehicles.
A panoramic sunroof — not usually seen on sedans of any type – is another premium option.

Chrysler has extensively reworked its flagship sedan, the" 2011 Chrysler 300", which makes its public debut next month at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show and begins reaching U.S. dealers in the first quarter.

Chrysler also has upgraded the materials in the cabin, which features a redesigned instrument cluster, sapphire-blue LED ambient lighting, wood trim and optional heated and ventilated nappa-leather seats.

Chrysler will launch at Detroit Auto Show the Chrysler 300 facelift. The admiral ship of Chrysler range received a facelift. Clearly, the Fiat-Chrysler alliance led to a series of bizarre events, such as a Lancia model with Mercedes platform and Chrysler engines. The model is still offered with either rear wheel drive or all wheel drive.
Because we speak by a facelift, the aesthetic modifications are the main change of Chrysler 300 model.

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