/Chrysler 300 Super S Shines at SEMA

Chrysler 300 Super S Shines at SEMA

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It was such a long time ago we last heard about the Chrysler 300, we honestly thought the car was dead and gone. But at this year’s SEMA show they unveiled a new concept version of the car with some interesting features in form of Chrysler 300 Super S, proving the big sedan still has something to live for.

Mechanically, Chrysler 300 Super S gets the same treatment as 2015 SEMA’s Challenger AWD and Charger Deep 3, which is to say a Scat Pack Performance kit for its 5.7 liter HEMI V8 engine. What sets this car apart is the unique visual features and interior goodies fitted to it.

Chrysler 300 Super 2 600x400 at Chrysler 300 Super S Shines at SEMA

The biggest highlight of design on this car is a matte black grille and aggressive new fascia concealing a total of 300 Easter Eggs which are really just Mopar logos. But apart from the Mopar “M” grille it gets a Matte Cerulean exterior finish, concept rear valence and a deck-lid spoiler from the Mopar brand portfolio, and a set of 22-inch Dark Hyper Black low gloss wheels.

Chrysler 300 Super 3 600x339 at Chrysler 300 Super S Shines at SEMA

As for the interior, Chrysler 300 Super S is equipped with Katzkin light grey leather seats with blue stitching that are also found on the armrests, with blue flourishes featured on the side panels and instrument panel, a sportier, flat-bottom steering wheel, Mopar sill guards, and premium mats.

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