2014 Chrysler 300S gets customized for the 2013 SEMA Show

Article by Christian A., on October 30, 2013

Chrysler Group LLC will bring at the 2013 SEMA Show a customized 2014 Chrysler 300S. Wearing a Phantom Black Tri-coat color for the exterior, the Chrysler 300S comes with a 13-bar black “Gotham” grille surround, a lowering kit which brings the car lower to the ground, as well as a new set of 20-inch wheels finished in Mopar bronze and accented with Mopar wheel center caps.

If you take a closer look, you will see that the wheels are actually borrowed from the Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition. The Chrysler 300S also comes with a black SRT spoiler.

Inside, we find seats and door inserts in Katzkin “Bisque” leather, while the “Imported From Detroit” logo are embossed in the leather seatbacks.

Matching Katzkin “Bisque” threads border the seats, door and console armrests. Furthermore, we find Satin Black trim, while the Katzkin “Bisque” threads border the seats, door and console armrests.

The new Uconnect Touch system employed by the new Chrysler 300 sedan works to help make its occupants stay comfortable and secure as well as connected through an array of infotainment and convenience technologies.

Featuring touchscreen navigation, Uconnect Touch could do several functions as needed like dual-zone climate controls and personalized convenience features. It could also check the current fuel prices. Uconnect Touch 8.4 comes as standard on the Chrysler 300 and 300 Limited models, as laden with easy-to-use controls. As its name indicates, Uconnect Touch 8.4 includes a large 8.4-inch touchscreen display that – with its user-friendly touch-key categories -- could clearly show related and needed information. Moreover, Uconnect Touch 8.4 is able to connect and control smartphone devices.

Standard on the Chrysler 300C and 300C AWD models while optional available on the Chrysler 300 Limited, the Uconnect Touch 8.4N premium model features an array of customer-convenient amenities like an integrated Garmin navigation system. It also includes SIRIUS Travel Link.

Signaling that this Chrysler flagship was created for those seeking a "blacked out" style, the all-new 2014 Chrysler 300S model highlights a monochromatic appearance with exclusively appointed body-color door handles and fascia inserts. Fresh Gloss Black belt molding, daylight opening surrounds and tail lamp bezels are matched with Gloss Black headlamp bezels for a bold look.

A fresh Black Chrome grille surround highlights etched horizontal grille blades in a similar distinguishable finish, while front and rear Chrysler wing identifications in Liquid Chrome with black "Chrysler" center logo radiate an industrial look. Highlighting the Chrysler 300S model's classic outline is the availability of a Gloss Black painted roof. A brand-new 20-inch wheel design (19-inch with AWD) highlights a sculptural look and Hyper Black finish that signals at this flagship’s top-notch ride and handling abilities. For a genuine look, new "straight shade" Dark Ceramic Gray clear coat joins the exterior color pallet.

The interior of the all-new 2014 Chrysler 300S model keeps the athletic-luxury theme with 12-power driver and passenger sport seats, featuring black, or all-new Ambassador Blue Nappa leather with silver accent stitching. For extra detail, the center console armrest and door armrests are color coordinated to the seats and highlight French seamed stitching in silver.

Distinct use of Piano Black on interior center stack, instrument panel, steering wheel, gauge cluster and door panel components give a uniquely lacquered and highly detailed look. This enthusiast-designed interior additionally includes matte carbon hydrographic accents and die-cast steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

Press Release

Chrysler 300S Mopar

The iconic and elegant Chrysler 300 is elevated even further to reach the ultimate in style and street cred with a variety of Mopar appointments utilized to create the 2014 Chrysler 300S for the SEMA Show.

Phantom Black Tri-coat colors the exterior, maintaining the elegance of the Chrysler 300S, while adding a menacing edge. Fitting its gritty, big-city vibe, the front is reinforced by a 13-bar black “Gotham” grille surround, with a lowering kit, dropping the 2014 Chrysler 300S closer to the streets. The wheels pull from the Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition with 20 x 8-inch wheels finished in a Mopar bronze, accented with Mopar wheel center caps. A black SRT spoiler embellishes the tail and helps drive the rear towards the pavement when in motion, enabling the 300S to corner urban canyons with impressive agility.

Luxurious touches rule the interior, with seats and door bolster inserts wrapped in Katzkin “Bisque” leather. Leather seatbacks are embossed with the “Imported From Detroit” logo, and matching Katzkin “Bisque” threads border the seats, door and console armrests. All bright trim is changed to Satin Black, and the Mopar Lite Bronze found on the wheels is also featured in the trim accents.

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