The all-new 2011 Chrysler 300 is mainly characterized by elegantly sculptured bodyside, refinement, world-calss craftsmanship, managing to set a new course for the American brand as it offers design details which were unexpected in the segment. It was built at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ont. (Canada). Precision is embodied by seven deeply sculpted horizontal blades on the new front grille, while the sculpted hood features dramatic front-fender forms, continued by improved aerodynamics and visibility due to the reduced windshield by 3 inches. The Chrysler 300 passengers will have twice the outward visibility of a standard sunroof thanks to a new dual-pane panoramic sunroof that gives the luxury vehicle a more tailored appearance.
20-inch polished-aluminum wheels, chrome front- and rear-fascia accents and chrome daylight openings are highlights that beautifully fit the new Chrysler 300. Signature "light pipes" illuminate for a nighttime appearance, while jeweled-like rear taillamps incorporate harmonious LED illumination. Soft touch materials, premium interior trim, heated and ventilated Nappa leather seats, real wood appliques on the doors, instrument panel, center console and steering wheel deliver the expressive style and authenticity for the all-new Chrysler 300's interior. The passengers are connected through convenience technologies and world-class infotainment, which are secure and comfortable.
In the first quarter of 2011, the 2011 Chrysler 300 will hit the showrooms.
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