2012 Beijing Auto Show

Chrysler Bringing Two Unique Concepts to Beijing

Chrysler is getting ready to once again be selling cars in China.

Chrysler is officially returning to the Chinese market in the very near future and they are bringing two unique concepts to the Beijing Motor Show later this month to show their commitment to that market. First up is a 300C sedan featuring an all-black exterior with large wheels, and a two-toned interior. Chrysler states in their official press release that this unique 300C was built "specifically with Chinese elements in mind."

The second concept is a Jeep Wrangler that truly looks the part. It has a huge dragon decal (to honor the Year of the Dragon) on the front hood and some smaller ones throughout the exterior. Also painted entirely black, the exterior also features some gold accents on the front grille, wheels, and interior. We can also see that the front round headlights have been enhanced with a set of LEDs. No other details have been announced, but expect to see Jeep Wranglers on Chinese streets very, very soon.

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