Chrysler Teams Up With Fashion Designer John Varvatos to Create 300C Special Editions
The first thing that strikes you is the swapping of chrome for dark titanium accents, which work much better with the overall theme. If paint was your concern, you need not worry, because this special edition is only offered in Phantom-Black. Adding to the appeal of the exterior are 20-inch rims, finished matte-gray powder coate, as well as the smoked rear lights with LEDs. Even the Chrysler badge has been darkened to better blend in with the rest of the new styling cues.
However, it’s on the inside where the 300C John Varvatos begins to shine, as it features some stunning Nappa leather seats, finished in ‘Diesel Gray’, further accentuated by the black stitching. The instrument panel has also been given a fashion makeover, to better match the design of Varvatos’ line of watches. The appeal of the interior is further boosted by improvements in trim materials (and their quality), with new additions such as the hand-sanded, matte Natural Pore Mocha wood - a big departure from the plastic faux-wood usually used.
No two cars will be completely identical, as customers will be able to specify everything to the smallest detail. It is available with V6 and V8 power, and it can be fitted with an optional all-wheel drive system. There will be two versions, called the Luxury Edition and the Limited Edition, and buyers will be able to specify any of the aforementioned pieces
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