Chrysler had on display a 300C Eco Style at the Geneva Motor Show. Instead of an all-electric 300C, Chrysler had taken a new approach on the environmental awareness movement and made good use of eco-friendly materials. On the 300C Eco Style, Chrysler used cork, bamboo, recycled jute carpeting and suede seat inserts.
Aside from its refined interior, the car also now boasts a set of refurbished wheels. At the Geneva Motor Show, the 300C Eco Style had a Vanilla exterior color with black roof and large 20-inch wheels.
For its interior, the car has been provided with cactus-accented seat-inserts and door trim, bamboo appliques placed on the door trim, center console and steering wheel.
Chrysler said that the recycled materials are used on the interior. We see recycled ultra-suede seat inserts on the front while the rear-passenger seats are remarkable because they're soft but durable. Organic themes on the center console and door trim of the interior compartment come in the form of hydrographic patterns.
For the exterior, water-based paints were used. Powering the Eco Style 300C is a 5.7 liter HEMI. Multi-displacement System (MDS) is featured on this engine.
MDS alternates between a fuel-efficient four-cylinder mode when the car is cruising and the V8 mode when power is needed. Chrysler claims that with the MDS, vehicle performance is not sacrificed for the sake of optimizing fuel economy.