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Chrysler Announces Redesigned 300 Series for 2011

December 23, 2010

2011-Model Chrysler 300 Series

The all-new 2011 Chrysler 300 delivers contemporary styling with a variety of new design details. The new grille features seven deeply sculpted horizontal blades, a liquid-chrome finish and the new Chrysler wing badge. Signature "key slot" headlamps, bi-functional projector headlamps and LED-illuminated daytime running lamps form a "C" shape while on the road.

The profile of the all-new Chrysler 300 features the proportions of its predecessor with added design refinement for a more tailored look. Front-fender forms rise above the sculpted hood and are echoed by rear-quarter forms which rise above the deck lid and travel down the vertical tail lamps. For improved aerodynamics and visibility, the windshield has been raked back 3 inches, while rolled-framed doors with thinner pillars improve outward visibility by 15 percent. A new dual-pane panoramic sunroof provides Chrysler 300 passengers with twice the outward visibility of a standard sunroof. The vehicle features a clean body side with an A-line that emphasizes the sedan's long wheelbase and spacious cabin. Other features include chrome daylight openings, chrome front- and rear-fascia accents, and available 20-inch polished-aluminum wheels.

The deck lid now incorporates a lip spoiler while the rear tail lamps and "light pipes" illuminate with LED technology., Chrysler 300's rear fascia straddles the vertical lamps and integrates a chrome appliqué that connects the tail lamp elements. Standard fascia-mounted 3.5-inch oval dual exhaust tips complete the sedan's appearance.

Interior upgrades include soft touch materials, premium interior trim, available heated and ventilated Nappa leather seats, and real wood appliqués on the instrument panel, doors, center console and steering wheel.

A new instrument cluster features two large gauge faces with sapphire blue illumination and chrome ring accents. The 8.4-inch Uconnect Touch infotainment center provides the ability to check fuel prices and personalize convenience features for the driver and passengers.

Built at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ont. (Canada), the 2011 Chrysler 300 arrives in showrooms in the first quarter of 2011.

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