Chrysler 300

Chrysler Teases "S" Concepts at LX Spring Festival

Chrysler has just previewed its upcoming line of "S" models at the 6th Annual Spring Festival of LXs in Irvine, California. The event took place from March 25th - 27th and models such as the 200 convertible, 300 sedan, and the Town & Country minivan in concept forms. According to Chrysler, all three are expected to go into production later this year. The "S" treatment is basically a cosmetic package that Chrysler hopes will appeal to younger buyers with more "edgy" styling.

For example, the 300 has a bespoke gunmetal finish, a new front grille, smoked headlamps and taillights, alloy wheel with a unique design, and a boot lid spoiler. Judging from the picture, it also appears there's a lowered suspension. The interior is adorned in red leather with special "S" logos and trim. Chrysler has confirmed that the 200 convertible S will only be offered with the 3.6-liter V6 engine. Styling additions will include a specially finished grille, dark headlamp surrounds, 18-inch aluminum wheels, black leather seats with suede inserts, and a Boston Acoustics speaker system.

The Town & Country version will feature new alloys, a mesh grille, silver body accents, and several other interior upgrades. Expect for the 200 convertible to go on sale first sometime this spring.

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