300 Luxury Series is the most luxurious Chrysler sedan ever

Andrea Divirgilio / December 28, 2011

Chrysler doesn’t needs a new introduction when it comes to inducing luxury features in the cars. We had previously seen the Christina Aguilera edition of the eco-car from Chrysler, and now it’s the turn of the 300 luxury series, which will set a benchmark of sorts in the niche segment. Apart from ultra-premium fabrics used within the vehicle, the series will also have several new technological additions like the state of the art 8-speed auto transmission amongst others.

Chrysler 300 Luxury Series sedan

Beginning with the rather elegant exteriors, one sees plenty of precious platinum being used on the grille and ascents, 20-inch alloy wheels, and the rear-view mirrors as well. Coupled with the muscular shaped exterior with soft curves, the vehicle exudes an aura of being sophisticated and ultra premium in every way. On the insides, one would see a plethora of parts which use Mochachino Poltrona Frau Foligno Leather especially on the instrument panel, center console side panels, upper front and rear door panels, where as Nappa leather is seen on the seating, arm rest, gearing and even the steering wheel. What makes it all very aesthetic is the dual tone composition of light and dark toned coffee of the leather, with the premium smooth texture; perfect drooling recipe! To match it all, there is the single-grain natural Pore Mocha wood with matte finishing, which contrast the whole setting, but still manages to blend in rather classically as the rest.

Chrysler 300 Luxury Series sedan with interior view

On the tech front, there have been some new additions like the advanced 8-speed transmission, 8.4-inch touch screen infotainment system, Garmin navigation system, Sirius XM traffic control and information system, instrument cluster with LED lighting, power steering with height adjustment, power adjustable pedals with memory feature, and also the electric sunshade, which one can use to soak in the natural view outside. Other than the transmission, there is the 292 HP engine output received from the 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 machine, which will pack in the punch during the high-speed rides. The prices for the car will be ranging from $40,145 – 45,245, depending on the edition chosen. For the one with the money, we could take a guess that pricing wouldn’t be so much the obstacle. For the rest, we perhaps have to make do with some serious admiration in 2012!

Via: PR/ Chrysler

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