2011 Mopar Chrysler 300 Sedan

Mopar, the Chrysler Group’s in-house performance and styling brand, has  introduced several upgrades for the latest Jeep vehicles, as well as standalone versions of the newest Dodge Charger and Challenger models. Now, the Detroit firm’s tuning division is onto its next project sprucing up the new Chrysler 300 sedan with a range of custom grilles and bespoke alloy wheel designs.
2011 Mopar Chrysler 300 Sedan

2011 Mopar Chrysler 300 Sedan
According to Mopar, all custom grilles fit within the original grille-surround with no modifications required and are covered by the manufactures warranty.

Along with the new grille pieces, Chrysler’s tuning house has also designed six wheel packages for the new 300, available in 18-inch, 19-inch and 20-inch diameters with prices ranging from $265 to $610 (€182 / €420 at the current exchange rates). These includes two different sets of 20-inch forged rims in a 10-spoke design and either a Satin Carbon or painted Gloss Black finish, a five-spoke 20-inch wheel clad in Black Chrome, an eight-spoke 19-inch wheel finished in Satin Carbon, plus two five-spoke 18-inch Rallye Wheels.
A sophisticated dashboard-mounted UConnect Touch infotainment system is set to take on Ford’s MyTouch by offering numerous convenience and connectivity features. Chrysler says that the 8.4-inch screen – just over an inch smaller than an Apple iPad – is the largest standard screen in the segment.

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