Although not the most reliable or elegant car on the market, the previous generation Chrysler 300C sold pretty good and, with many jokes referring to it as a car for mobsters or rappers, the car has been a blessing for the aftermarket industry in the United States, statistics placing it among the most customized vehicles.
And with the next generation 2012 Chrysler 300C () officially introduced and pending market launch, it was just a matter of time before we expected to see a modified version being unveiled.
And, with a little push from Chrysler, here we have it, the Fatchance 2.0. The customization program was developed by John Fortuno (also known as fatchance, explaining the car’s weird name), who also created a special version of the first 300C, called Fatchance 1.0, which Chrysler really loved. The Fatchance 2.0 debuted last week, at the Annual Spring Festival of LXs in California and it features a new front fascia with restyled bumper, new grille, fog lights and blacked out headlights and tinted windows are just a few of the many upgrades the car received. Of course, the most obvious one is the extremely lowered suspension and the huge 22-inch forged alloy wheels "dressed" in Nitto Tires.
And if you think this is a lot, let us tell you that John Fortuno, the car’s creator, said the project isn’t finished yet, a lot of work remaining to be done, especially on the interior, before the car would be completely ready, just in time for this Autumn’s SEMA Show.