Fashion designer John Varvatos has built two Chrysler 300C models that will be offered to the public. Last March, Varvatos partnered with the automaker to make a unique 300S for an auction that benefited the Stuart House. They had so much success that they have to decided to make two more. The first is a limited-production 300C John Varvatos model that is inspired by a ‘Detroit-tough’ attitude.
The second is the 300C John Varvatos Luxury Edition with its exclusive interior finishes and exterior accents that have a Platinum Chrome finish. Beginning with the Limited Edition model, the 300C will be offered with a one-of-a-kind Phantom Black tri-coat exterior paint job that will be enhanced even further with a Titanium-finished grille surround, Titanium Chrome Chrysler ‘wing’ badge, and Black Chrome grille blades.
The vehicle appears bolder due to slight revisions on its front bumper as well as its bigger air inlets and Black Chrome grille blades and Titanium-finished accents. The sedan is fitted with 20-inch wheels while the LED taillights are blackened.
The Pewter Metallic leather seats carry an embossed John Varvatos’ logo, which feature a distinct Diesel Gray and black pattern Varvatos stitching. It has a specially-designed gauge cluster that seems to have been influenced by the designer’s latest timepiece that has a Pearlescent White face and Charcoal Black Metallic bezels.
We could expect showrooms to have the limited-production model in the first quarter of 2013. Meanwhile, the Luxury Edition is available with an interior of either monotone black or exclusive Dark Mocha with black Poltrana Frau ‘Foligno’ leather. The steering wheel is covered in leather in the matching shade. The interior is enhanced further with the die-cast paddle shifters and unique chrome accent ring. Its appearance becomes even more stunning with its use of hand-sanded Natural Pore Mocha with a matte finish.