The 300 sedan is one of the Chrysler’s models what won’t be cut in the future. Launched in 2004, the car was a real success, so the company is working on a new generation 300.
Keeping the same shape as the current generation, the future 300 will have an “evolutionary” exterior, Joe Dehner says. However, the interior will make a “huge leap.”
"The products coming out in 2011, 2012 will be very competitive with Asian (models) as far as content, materials, fit-and-finish," Gasevski says of future Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. Cerberus Chairman Steven Feinberg is "tough and he wants to deliver a quality product with advanced technology."
One advanced technology for the next-generation 300 may be a dual viewing screen. The design allows the primary screen to project a movie to the front-seat passenger, while the driver can view maps or vehicle information. Drivers are prohibited by law from watching movies.