2014 Chrysler 300S by Mopar

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Never one to miss a chance to peddle its wares at the SEMA Show , Mopar will roll into Las Vegas with more than 20 highly modified vehicles , ranging from the small Fiat 500 to the recently launched SRT Viper .

With the show inching closer, Mopar has revealed the first details on the models it will present in Las Vegas. It started off these announcements with a SEMA-prepped 2014 Chrysler 300S .

The 2014 300S is draped in a Phantom Black tri-coat paint combined with a set of 20-inch rollers borrowed from the Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition painted Mopar bronze.

The 300S is further distinguished by a 13-bar, black "Gotham" grille surround, a black SRT rear spoiler and a lowering kit that drops the full-size sedan closer to the ground, giving it a more aggressive look and helping it handle a little better.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2014 Chrysler 300S by Mopar.

Chrysler 300S by Mopar in Detail

Rear view details

Chrysler 300S by Mopar

Those rims are looking good against the deep black finish, and the lowering kit ties it all together so nicely.

Interior detail

Chrysler 300S by Mopar

For the interior, Mopar opted for a very cool Katzkin “Bisque” leather wrapping the seats and the door bolster inserts. There is also an “Imported From Detroit” logo embossed on the seat backs, reminding you where this car hails from.

Rounding out the interior mods are Katzkin "Bisque" threads bordering the seats, door and console armrests.

Press Release

Chrysler 300S by Mopar

The iconic and elegant Chrysler 300 is elevated even further to reach the ultimate in style and street cred with a variety of Mopar appointments utilized to create the 2014 Chrysler 300S for the SEMA Show.

Phantom Black Tri-coat colors the exterior, maintaining the elegance of the Chrysler 300S, while adding a menacing edge. Fitting its gritty, big-city vibe, the front is reinforced by a 13-bar black “Gotham” grille surround, with a lowering kit, dropping the 2014 Chrysler 300S closer to the streets. The wheels pull from the Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition with 20 x 8-inch wheels finished in a Mopar bronze, accented with Mopar wheel center caps. A black SRT spoiler embellishes the tail and helps drive the rear towards the pavement when in motion, enabling the 300S to corner urban canyons with impressive agility.

Luxurious touches rule the interior, with seats and door bolster inserts wrapped in Katzkin “Bisque” leather. Leather seatbacks are embossed with the “Imported From Detroit” logo, and matching Katzkin “Bisque” threads border the seats, door and console armrests. All bright trim is changed to Satin Black, and the Mopar Lite Bronze found on the wheels is also featured in the trim accents.


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