One of pathway used to mark the introducing of a new vehicle is to give it a in-house tuning and this is exactly what Chrysler did for the 200. The vehicle was targeted by the company’s parts and accessories division, with the project receiving the 200 Super S by Mopar designation.
Don’t throw your racing helmets in excitement though, the 200 hasn’t been gifted with a V8, as this project is the “all show” kind. In other words, the vehicle only received exterior and interior modifications, which are aimed at offering it a more sporty image.
Here is the full list of modifications received by this special 200 model:
• Black and Tungsten paint scheme
• Gloss black grille surround
• Recessed wing badge
• Gloss black mesh grille
• Gloss black lower mesh grille
• Fog light bezel with light bar
• Brake induction openings
• Vented hood
• Lower chin spoiler
• 19-inch wheels
• Aero sill cladding
• Mopar ghost decal
• Gloss black belt molding
• Gloss black mirror cap
• Mopar Katzkin leather seats
• Decklid spoiler
• Tungsten painted license plate visor
• Rear valance
• Bright exhaust tip
Some of the tuning components showcased here will be available for purchase in the future, so this in not just fantasy.