Through an official press release, Chrysler announced that it will return to its roots as the quintessential American brand but it also revealed some new details regarding its upcoming vehicles. According to the company, the refreshed 2015 Chrysler 300C will be unveiled in November, at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.
In addition, the first units will be delivered to the dealerships in the first quarter of 2015. According to Chrysler, sales of the 300 are up 50 percent from 2009 and the sedan has more than 10 percent market share of the full-size car market.
Until the new model arrives, you can buy the John Varvatos Edition, the 300 SRT, get V6 or V8 engines, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.
Adding to 60 years of sophisticated American styling, the all-new 2015 Chrysler 300 defines the brand's all-new breath-taking design elegance with more sculpted and fluid shapes, all while augmenting the vehicle's unique silhouette.
The all-new 300 builds on the brand's new motif of attractive design that at once attainable and timeless. To fulfil this philosophy, the designers saturated more graceful and elegant shapes to the 300 sedan's hallmark proportions, creating a look that raises America's most recognisable large sedan, while integrating the new brand design direction.
At the new 2015 Chrysler 300’s front, a re-imagined fascia has a more sculpted surface, a more prominently tall grille with a distinct dimensional texture and grille with chrome surround. The grille wears Chrysler’s wing badge, within which it seems to float inside the dramatic texture and emphasises the all-new "face of Chrysler." Cushioned below the upper grille is a sophisticated chrome Mobius strip that outlines the opening to the lower grille and reaches out to surround the new available LED fog lights.
This all-new 300 design provides visual breadth, giving the vehicle a sporty look consistent with the recent Chrysler 200 sedan, creating a strong family resemblance. Accentuating the brand's use of lighting are bi-function projector beam headlights that offer adaptive forward lighting (AFL) to better illuminate road curves, while integrated LED daytime running lamps (DRL) create a "C" for a definite brand identifier. Underneath, new LED fog lights are available to provide a clean, crisp, and consistent illumination and technical appearance.