2012 Chrysler 300 Mopar '12

The last and arguably most impressive program Chrysler and Mopar built to celebrate the latter’s 75th anniversary is the Mopar 300, a comprehensive tuning program built for the Chrysler 300 .

As a special edition model, the Mopar 300 is distinguished by a slew of aerodynamic and aesthetic modifications, including a new black chrome grille, tinted headlights, blue decal body stripes with matching special badging, and a new set of 20" wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. Meanwhile, interior modifications done on the Mopar 300 include perforated Katzkin leather seats, a thick-rimmed steering wheel with die-cast paddle shifters, carbon fiber trim, piano black accents, a new gear knob, an Alpine audio system, and a Uconnect Touch infotainment system.

Performance modifications include a sport-tuned suspension system, high-performance brakes, and revised gearing, improving the acceleration capabilities of the 300’s 363-horsepower 5.7-liter V8 engine from six seconds down to around five seconds.

Anybody looking to score a piece of this special edition, Mopar-tuned Chrysler 300 will get a chance to do so this summer when the car becomes available at a price of $49,700.


4 comments:

I like the aggressive poise that this vehicle posses. It looks very stunning on its black platform. The engine specs is quite impressive.

This is very elegant on the body paint. It looks very furious. I would love to see this roadster into production.

This Mopar looks so awesome on its full black finished! I hope they added
pictures of its interior. I would love to see this roadster into production.

What an aerodynamic looks! This is so shiny painted on black color. This is another concept design of Chrysler that will surely be of great success.

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