The first generation Chrysler 300 was extremely popular amongst tuning firms and private owners. So it should come as no surprise that the new model has just been given its first customization job. Called the Fatchance 2.0, it made its official debut alongside Chrysler's "S" concept cars at the Annual Spring Festival of LXs in California. The Fatchance 2.0 was built by John Fortuno, aka Fatchance, who first caught Chrysler's attention with his first-generation 300 based Fatchance 1.0.
Obviously having been lowered, the car rides on 22-inch forged alloy wheels wrapped in Nitto tires. The body features darker headlamps, a new front grille with a mesh insert, bespoke fog light surround trims, tinted, and windows. It's been painted in a white hue with a contrasting matte black finish for the grille surround, mirrors, bumper trims, and even the logos. According to Fortuno, the car is still a work in progress and it won't be completed until the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas next November.
Apparently, there's still work to be done in the interior and the mechanical hardware.