For the sixth annual Spring Festival in Southern California, the Mopar Underground Team has developed the Chrysler 300 SF6 image model with distinct styling and fitted with a variety of Mopar performance parts and accessories. Set to make its official debut at the 2011 SEMA Show, the vehicle takes inspiration from the Chrysler 300 “Spring Festival” owners who take part in this gathering.
To emphasize the Chrysler 300’s “born-with-attitude” appearance, it has gotten some serious hardware. It has received a set of staggered 22-inch-by-9.5-inch and 22 inch-by-10.5-inch Savini Mono Di Forza SM3 aluminum wheels that are covered with 265/35 R22 (front) and 295/30 R22 (rear) performance tires.
To achieve better cornering and braking, this 300S model is fitted with a custom Mopar/KW coil-over-spring kit, front and rear strut-tower braces and bigger SRT8 performance brakes. The 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine’s performance is raised with the use of a Mopar cold-air intake, custom Mopar long-tube headers, and Mopar/Corsa custom exhaust system.
To make the Chrysler 300S model street-ready, it has been fitted with black-accented headlamps and a monotone Tungsten Metallic look. For a more aggressive look, it is equipped with a unique body-color grille, front-chin and trunk spoilers. In addition, the clean lines of the Chrysler flagship sedan are accentuated by a gloss black painted roof.
An athletic-luxury theme is apparent in the interior of the Chrysler 300 SF6. It features Mopar/Katzkin performance seats trimmed in black with black/blue perforated leather as well as Mopar blue accent stitching. Contributing to its lacquered and highly detailed appearance are the following: Piano Black on interior center stack, instrument panel, steering wheel, gauge cluster and door-panel elements.
Chrysler 300 delivers unique designs, innovative technologies, premium features and quality. The car was first seen at the 2011 North American International Auto Show, adding to the brand’s illustrious history while also charting a new course for the brand.
Chrysler Group LLC president and CEO for the Chrysler brand Olivier Francois says that the 2011 Chrysler 300 is a symbol for American ingenuity and gives the world an idea of how well engineered Detroit-designed vehicles are. It makes use of top quality materials, a new chassis architecture, top power and cutting-edge connectivity technologies, helping the new Chrysler 300 manifest the brand’s new attitude in every little detail.
Francois also says that the new flagship vehicle gives you more than the American style but also copied the standards of technology, refinement and craftsmanship of the best sedans in the same segment. That means you get the best quality and performance at a reasonable price.
The 2011 Chrysler 300 delivers on the philosophies of the new brand: passion for environment, design, and people using expressive styling, top quality and efficiency and cutting-edge connectivity.
Combining Detroit style and world-class craftsmanship
With more than five decades of elegant styling and proportions behind it, the 2011 Chrysler 300 gives customers a modern design that is not readily seen in the segment. It features a liquid chrome finish for the blades as well as seven precise horizontal blades.
The blades and the new Chrysler wing badge give you a beautiful contrast when seen against the grille surround. Meanwhile, you have the trademark key slot headlamps that have a curved bottom edge. You also have bi-functional projector headlamps located next to the daytime running lamps. These are arranged in a "C" shape for that undeniable on-road presence.