2011 Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar revealed at NAIAS

Article by Christian A., on January 11, 2011

Aside from the 2012 Fiat 500 by Mopar, Chrysler Group also unveiled the 2011 Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. Mopar gave equal focus to each model, fitting them with a lot of exciting features. 

These features are the following: Black and Tungsten paint scheme, Gloss black grille surround, Recessed wing badge, Gloss black mesh grille, Gloss black lower mesh grille, Fog light bezel with light bar, Brake induction openings, Vented hood, Lower chin spoiler, 19-inch wheels, Aero sill cladding, Mopar ghost decal, Gloss black belt molding, Gloss black mirror cap,

Mopar Katzkin leather seats, Decklid spoiler, Tungsten painted license plate visor, Rear valance and Bright exhaust tip.

Mopar also lowered the 2011 Chrysler 200 Super S by three inches. According to the press release, this model is an alternative for buyers who “want style and substance, all at a surprising value.”

Chrysler also says that this vehicle offers outstanding craftsmanship, a refined driving experience, innovative technology, and a long list of standard safety features.

The exterior design and the use of sheet metal manage to emphasize the sleek lines and the clean surfaces. Though the front is now more sculpted, it also has the new trademarked Chrysler brand winged badge and the new and unique Chrysler brand grille.

Completing the new look of the Chrysler 200 are the new projector headlamps, new projector beam fog lamps, new front fascia, and new hood. Also new to the 2011 version are the LED taillamps, LED center high-mounted stoplight, rear fascia, rear deck lid, and exterior mirrors.

The interior is new as well and once inside, customers are sure to see the world-class comfort, content, and craftsmanship that it offers. The driver’s seat for example has that air of elegance especially with the new Chrysler steering wheel, the new instrument panel, gauge face, and bezels. The seats have been enhanced and have a new design that integrates a revised spring geometry and even puts in additional cushion material.

The seats also have cloth and leather seating materials that surround both the driver and passenger. In developing the 2011 Chrysler 200 sedan, designers included new "soft touch" armrests and a new instrument panel while giving the interior a premium finish.

The overall result is that the interior is both pleasing to the eye and touch. The instrument panel has new cooling and heating outlets that not only improve the functionality and design of the interior but also complete the beautiful detail.

There are also innovative features in the Chrysler 200 to give customers the opportunity to be more connected and ensure that the drive is something that they can look forward to. Other features of the Chrysler 200 include the new ambient interior lighting and the integrated controls placed on the Chrysler brand steering wheel.

The controls enable the driver to operate most of the vehicle functions like the hands free phone, cruise control, and radio. These can be operated without the driver having to let go of the steering wheel. The driver can even continue to be connected through a voice-command media center.

Not only is it simple to use but it also offers a lot like a 30 gigabyte hard drive, radio, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, streaming music capability, iPod connectivity, and a navigation system that has SIRIUS Travel Link and gives real-time information. Security and safety features are not compromised as the 2011 Chrysler 200 offers a number of them to make consumers feel secure at an affordable rate.

Standard safety features in the Chrysler 200 include the advanced standard multi-stage front passenger air bags, front seat side air bags, side curtain air bags, and active head restraints. It also comes equipped with the electronic stability control, electronic traction control, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children child seat anchor system, and the Uconnect voice command.

Press Release

Mopar Chrysler 200 Super S

Chrysler introduces the new 200 mid-size sedan. Offering consumers exceptional craftsmanship inside and out, a refined and spirited driving experience, innovative technology, an abundance of standard safety features and an extraordinary level of standard content, the 2011 Chrysler 200 is an exciting alternative for customers that want style and substance, all at a surprising value.

Mopar lowered the car three inches and created its own interpretation of the Chrysler 200 while adding the following accessories:

Black and Tungsten paint scheme
Gloss black grille surround
Recessed wing badge
Gloss black mesh grille
Gloss black lower mesh grille
Fog light bezel with light bar
Brake induction openings
Vented hood
Lower chin spoiler
19-inch wheels
Aero sill cladding
Mopar ghost decal
Gloss black belt molding
Gloss black mirror cap
Mopar Katzkin leather seats
Decklid spoiler
Tungsten painted license plate visor
Rear valance
Bright exhaust tip

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