Posted on: Mar 16, 2012 | 3,444 reads

Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity

Fashion designer and automaker collaborate on one-off custom 300S to raise money for charity.
Inspired by his own clothing collection, American fashion designer John Varvatos has collaborated with Chrysler to design a special 2012 Chrysler 300S.
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The one-off will be auctioned to help raise funds for the charity Stuart House. Changes to the exterior include 20-inch wheels finished in carbon satin, a black chrome grille, tinted lighting units and special badging. Inside, seats and door trim are lined with black woven leather, while leather also features on the console lid, instrument panel and door armrest.
A two-tone steering wheel with accent 360 ring, satin chrome accents and a headliner inspired by 'Menswear appeal' complete the interior upgrades. Online bidding for the one-off Varvatos 300S ends on 20 March; more details are available at Chrysler's official blog.
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity



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Chrysler and John Varvatos Create One-off 300S for Charity
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