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2011 Chrysler 300C Executive Series

Chrysler is on a mission to prove that their 300 is a car worth producing and apparently they think their path to success includes a series of different variants at the 2011 New York Auto Show. Next to the300 SRT8 , Chrysler has also brought the 300C Executive Series, a model designed to become the most luxurious Chrysler flagship sedan ever. The new edition will be offered with ultra-premium leather, world-class refinement and handling, and state-of-the-art safety and connectivity features. The new edition will go on sale in Fall 2011.

The Chrysler 300C Executive Series will be distinguished by a chromed fascia, mirror, and door handle accents with a unique platinum chrome finish. The platinum chrome finish extends to the grille surround and the platinum-chrome sculpted grille. The luxury continues for the interior as the 300C receives a plethora of leather adornments. There is a Mochachino or Black Poltrona Frau "Foligno" leather-wrapped instrument panel, cluster brow, center console side panels, and upper front- and rear-door panels, which is combined with premium Nappa leather on the door armrest, bolster, and center console armrest. The seats will be covered in a two-tone Mochachino or Black Nappa leather and will be combined with a Natural Pore Mocha or Pore Gray real wood trim finished in a low-gloss.

The luxurious add-ons continue with a long range of options including a Uconnect Touch 8.4N with Garmin navigation, a 160-mph LED-illuminated instrument cluster with driver-selectable color EVIC, and a HomeLink universal transceiver. The less exciting technological options include power-adjustable pedals with memory, a power backlight sunshade, power-folding chromed exterior mirrors with memory, and auto-dimming and auto-tilt in Reverse. Finishing the exterior of the 300C Executive Series are premium 18-ounce berber floor mats with nubuck trim, satin chrome lower door sills with the "Chrysler" logo, LED illuminated interior door handles, and front and rear map pockets.



14 comments:

I don’t see much potential on its exterior. However, its interior set up made me change my mind about this vehicle. I adore its luxurious appeal that is definitely suited for executive passengers.

I’m so fascinated with its dressed-up interior! It looks very luxurious and classy on that. Well, it is truly appropriate with an executive people! smiley Anyway, what’s the engine specification of it?

Its interior is truly so classy and the name itself is really suited on it, but for some reason, I didn’t find its exterior detailing impressive as well as on its wheels.

Typically this is not the common car or the most precious, but this classy luxury car apparently received success and popularity for this variant. I like the classy gesture they made to it, very effective and nicely complement to the car.

Yes! I Agree with that it has a better way of signifies richness and a good reputation who will own for this Chrysler 300C Executive. I should say a very impressive and respective model.

When choosing a good quality car, I think this is the best option. I don’t think that buyers would say no to its luxurious interior and high technology features. And I would say that this is brand for richness!

Chrysler would be one of the best luxurious brand. This kind of car don’t care about speed but glamor. Plus the features are advanced and the materials used are in high quality. If I have the money I would definitely buy one of this car.

Well, based on its decent appealing exterior looks. The luxury sedan ranges to its highest version. That can eventually suitable for travel event and engaging professionals concern.

Well, considering that this one is mostly dedicated for executive travel, it’s actually alright that they didn’t do a lot of engine upgrades here.

All the things that they have added up to this 300C are actually rather neat and will please the guys who will be riding this one. It’s just too bad that they haven’t do0ne anything about the engine.

Well, I really am not surprised that they have decked out on this one. After all, they have called this the Executive Series, so it’s just alright that they put off all the stops on this one.

Most probably this car is a trade of luxury. Well, i agree that they have reached that luxurious look on interior but not in the exterior.

Well,the front looks like a Roll Royce though I have to admit that it has a luxurious and sporty interior.

Those executive series 300’s are definitely something/ I never thought that these executive cars would actually look good here, certainly a nice start for the lineup for this year.

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