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Chrysler’s 2010 “Special Editions” collection revealed

2010 chrsler SE 1 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

It’s a been a while since Chrysler launched an all-new model, but still they don’t feel like working on new things and keep busy updating outdated models! For 2010 they are offering a number of special edition cars including 300 S6 and 300 S8, Town & Country Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series and the PT Cruiser Couture Edition.

2010 chrsler SE 2 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

The 300 S6 and S8 come with unique visual features including blacked-out grilles with chromed surround and body-color fascia accents, darkened headlamp bezels, body-color mirrors, 20-inch polished face wheels with painted pockets, chromed door handles, belt molding and daylight opening surrounds.

2010 chrsler SE 3 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

Inside you get a uniquely designed steering wheel with carbon weave, red stitching and brushed silver spokes. There’s also brushed aluminum accents on the instrument panel center stack, center console side trim and upper-door trim. You also get Dark Slate Gray leather upholstery and sport seats. The cars are loaded with toys as well, including a 13-speaker Kicker audio system with a 322-watt amplifier and 100-watt subwoofer, Uconnect Phone, iPod Control and SIRIUS Satellite Radio. Additional standard convenience features include remote start, heated front seats, power driver and passenger seat, power-adjustable pedals, HomeLink universal transceiver and Tire-pressure Monitoring (TPM).

2010 chrsler SE 4 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

As for the performance, the S6 model is powered by 3.5-liter V6 with 250 horsepower and 25 mpg, while the S8 gets the legendary 5.7-liter HEM developing 350 hp with the same 25 mpg. Both models feature a performance-tuned suspension with performance shocks, steering, all-season performance Goodyear Eagle RSA tires and performance brake linings. S6 and S8 300s will be available from Spring 2010.

2010 chrsler SE 7 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

Then we have the 2010 Chrysler Town & Country Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series, which comes with a 3.8-liter V-6 engine and fluid six-speed automatic transmission and new features inside and out. On the outside it gets an all-new Deep Cherry Red Pearl Coat exterior paint, unique seven-spoke 17-inch aluminum wheels with platinum-chromed finish, chromed belt, fascia accents and body-side moldings, roof rack with cross bars and “Walter P. Chrysler Signature Series” front door badging.

2010 chrsler SE 8 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

And as for the interior, it has a unique Macassar Range wood trim with satin finishes on the instrument panel and doors, two-tone Light Shale seats with Dark Slate Gray bolsters, and an array of new standard features including the minivan-first Stow `n Go seating and storage system, Media Center 430 radio with touchscreen and 30-gigabyte hard drive media storage, minivan-first second- and third-row nine-inch dual-DVD entertainment system, heated first- and second-row seating and LED lighting with ambient halo light ring. This model has a MSRP of$33,365.

2010 chrsler SE 6 at Chryslers 2010 Special Editions collection revealed

And finally the Chrysler PT Cruiser Couture Edition with its hot-rod styling, which gets its fenders and high belt-line painted in Bright Silver Metallic, and upper body in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl with accent red pinstripe. Other exterior features include chromed body-side moldings, door handles, 16-inch polished aluminum wheels and grille.

The interior of the PT Cruiser is garnished with gloss black instrument panel, rotating air vents, Chrysler signature analog clock, Satin Silver instrument panel and console accents, and Radar Red leather or Dark Slate Gray seats. Pricing for this model starts at $19,995.

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