Chrysler will inject a bit of style into the 2016 Chicago Auto Show with the first public showing of Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Editions.
Designers took blacked-out Chrysler 200S and 300S models and added dark bronze and titanium features to create bolder and more distinct trims inspired by fashion, technology, architecture and, of course, the brand’s home – the Motor City.
Not only do these cars have a more aggressive look, both the 200S and 300S Alloy Editions come with sport tuned suspensions and all-wheel-drive systems with a Sport mode for added all-weather traction and handling.
“Chrysler brand embodies Detroit style, and our new 200S and 300S Alloy Editions are a perfect meld of our engineering innovation and craftsmanship, forged with cutting-edge colors and materials inspired by the Motor City’s ingenuity and creativity – all for two of the most authentic and inspired Chrysler sedans we’ve designed yet,” said Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Car Brands – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America.
The Chrysler 200S Alloy Edition has unique features, including larger 19-inch dark bronze aluminum wheels, a dark bronze “200S” badge on the rear decklid, titanium touches on the Chrysler wing badge and dual exhaust tips.
There are five exterior finishes for the 200S Alloy Edition, as well as interior features such as black cloth with leather trim or black leather seating, with unique caramel accent stitching on the seats, center arm rest and door trim panels. Additional interior trim includes titanium finished accents on the door trim panels, center console, outboard air vents and Chrysler wing badge steering wheel.
The 300S Alloy Edition’s distinct features are noticeable from the first view of the front of the car. The car’s grill is finished in dark bronze with a titanium finished Chrysler wing badge.
When looking at the 300S from the side, the painted 20-inch aluminum wheels give the car a distinct, road-holding look.
And on the back end of the car, there is a Titanium-plated Chrysler wing badge and dark bronze finished “300S” badge along Titanium-plated exhaust tips.
Similar to the 200S, the 300S will be available in five exterior body colors with black Nappa leather with
caramel accent on the sport-contoured heated front seats, rear seats, instrument cluster bezel, steering
wheel and armrests. The interior also features a new instrument panel clock with a dark colored analog face.
A 363-horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine with four-cylinder mode Fuel Saver Technology and uniquely sculpted side sills and deck lid spoiler is also available for the 300S Alloy Edition.
The Alloy Editions of the 200S and 300S will be available nationwide this spring with a starting U.S. MSRP of $26,685 and $35,965, respectively (each excluding a $995 destination fee).