2010 Chrysler 300C eco style

Chrysler unveiled today the 300C eco style today at the Geneva Motor Show. The model is individually accessorized with eco-friendly materials such as cork, bamboo, recycled jute carpeting and suede seat inserts and feature refurbished wheels while providing high-end luxury and elegant design.

The 300C eco style is painted in Vanilla exterior color with black roof and features unique pewter finished exterior accents and large 20-inch wheels. It is powered by a 5.7-liter HEMI® engine with Multi-displacement System (MDS), a system that alternates between smooth high-fuel-economy four-cylinder mode when less power is needed and V-8 mode when more power is needed.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Based off of the Chrysler 300C, the most-awarded vehicle in the industry, each 300C eco style edition vehicle is individually accessorized with eco-friendly materials such as cork, bamboo, recycled jute carpeting and suede seat inserts and feature refurbished wheels while providing high-end luxury and elegant design. The vehicles feature a refined interior, premium technology and offer fuel-efficient performance and excitement.

At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, the Chrysler 300C eco style vehicle will be on display and features a Vanilla exterior color with black roof, unique pewter finished exterior accents and large 20-inch wheels. On the inside, cactus-accented seat-inserts and door trim accents provide contrast, while bamboo appliqués placed on the door trim, center console and steering wheel deliver added texture and detail.

Chrysler 300C eco style

Recycled materials are used within the interior of the vehicle. Recycled ultra-suede seat inserts are used for the front and rear-passenger seats and are soft to the touch and durable. Hydrographic patterns are used to place organic themes on the center console and door trim of the interior compartment. Water-based paints are used on the exterior of the vehicle.

Under the hood is the 5.7-liter HEMI® engine with Multi-displacement System (MDS). MDS seamlessly alternates between smooth high-fuel-economy four-cylinder mode when less power is needed and V-8 mode when more power is needed. MDS optimizes fuel economy without sacrificing vehicle performance.


7 comments:

Chrysler 300C Eco style more of a things that can still be used for restoration. Definitely wonderful idea, creating unique features and ambiance to the car concept. very Eco friendly car. Although I can’t see where are those other materials.

I haven’t seen such black roof on Vanilla’s exterior. Though looks weird but I totally love the combination. Am currently checking on the most awesome features of this vehicle – environmental friendly.

I just built a 300 C online and my car came out to $43,395. And this was not even the top of the line 300. The top of the line is hitting $50k.

A really great technology. Then this would give the customer a new reason to walk into their showrooms.

Amazing! very strong technology, I think they are almost beyond the technology because i think this is the only car that has a switch of v8 engine to v4.

well this is new... you can switch the v8 engine to v4. hopefully the MDS will also apply to Hummer and other gas grizzler engines.

cool that was an amazing technology, v8 that can be switched on to v4. well that was a good new to those who wants to get their hands on the 300c.

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