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2010 Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8

Chrysler will unveil at the Detroit Auto Show the 2010 300 offered in two trim levels: 300 S6 and 300 S8. Sales will begin in the spring of 2010.

The 2010 300 will feature full-chromed grilles and fascia accents for blacked-out grilles with chromed surround and body-color fascia accents. Both models will be offered with 20-inch polished face wheels with painted pockets.

Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8

The 300 S6 will be offered with a 3.5-liter high-output V-6 engine with Auto Stick that delivers a total of 250 hp. The 300 S8 version gets a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine that delivers a total of 360 hp and a peak torque of 389 lb.-ft.

Both models will be offered with all the latest technologies: a 13-speaker Kicker audio system with a 322-watt amplifier and 100-watt subwoofer, Uconnect™ Phone, iPod® Control and SIRIUS Satellite Radio.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Starting with the sedan that marked the return of the great American car, the new 2010 Chrysler 300 S6 (3.5-liter V-6 engine) and 300 S8 (HEMI® V-8 engine) reignite the vehicle’s incredible styling in an all-new model.

Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8

Both the Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8 models add a very serious, low-key look to the bold proportions of the Chrysler 300. Starting with its 300 roots, the 300 S6 and 300 S8 models trade-in their full-chromed grilles and fascia accents for blacked-out grilles with chromed surround and body-color fascia accents. New darkened headlamp bezels keep up the low-key look, while cleanly “shaved” doors with body-color mirrors and large 20-inch polished face wheels with painted pockets, hint at the 300 S6 and 300 S8’s handling potential. Chromed door handles, belt molding and daylight opening surrounds foreshadow the luxurious appointments within the vehicle.

The cabins of the new Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8 models exude a serious, athletic-interior theme. A uniquely designed steering wheel with carbon weave is accented with red stitching and brushed silver spokes. Beautifully bolstered Dark Slate Gray leather front seats are track-tested and feature an embroidered “300 S” logo on the seatback. Specially perforated Dark Slate Gray suede fills the front and rear seats, seatback and seat cushion with hints of red accent beneath. The Dark Slate interior theme continues around the driver and passenger side and is highlighted with brushed aluminum accents on the instrument panel center stack, center console side trim and upper-door trim. Carbon-weave door-pull handles with red accent stitching finish off the interior of both 300 S6 and 300 S8 models.

Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8

Keeping passengers connected with their favorite tunes or mobile devices, the 300 S6 and 300 S8 models feature an array of user-friendly technologies including a 13-speaker Kicker audio system with a 322-watt amplifier and 100-watt subwoofer, Uconnect™ Phone, iPod® Control and SIRIUS Satellite Radio. Additional standard convenience features include remote start, heated front seats, power driver and passenger seat, power-adjustable pedals, HomeLink universal transceiver and Tire-pressure Monitoring (TPM).

Designed to deliver excitement, the Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8 models feature a performance-tuned suspension with performance shocks, steering, all-season performance Goodyear Eagle RSA tires and performance brake linings.

The 2010 Chrysler 300 S6 delivers its driving excitement through a fuel-efficient, 250 horsepower (186 kW) 24-valve 3.5-liter high-output V-6 engine with Auto Stick, capable of 25 highway mpg.

Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8

Chrysler 300 S8 offers exceptional performance with the legendary 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine, which generates 360 horsepower (268 kW) and 389 lb.-ft. (527 N•m) of torque and features fuel-saving Multi-displacement System (MDS) technology that provides as much as a 20 percent improvement in fuel economy. Mated to a quality-proven five-speed Auto Stick transmission, the 2010 Chrysler 300 S8 delivers 25 highway mpg.

The 2010 Chrysler 300 S6 and 300 S8 will arrive at Chrysler dealerships in the spring of 2010.



4 comments:

Personally, I already get used into this kind of cars. I work with to better understand how they make meaning and coming up with this kind of design.

I want to see this car personally. I thought it is a wide car. And I love those kind of cars even more.

It’s like a classic color for Chrysler and I’m hoping that they will plan to change up first in color. Although I know the move of changing their logo but it more interesting for retailers to see some improvements on the exterior design and parts coz’ the interior parts are solid.

I’ve been a Jeep lover since my first 1996 Cherokee Sport, which my daughter still drives with confidence. Went on to a 2005 Grand Cherokee which I didn’t love, but trusted.

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