2015 Chrysler 200 Rendered with Performance Package

2015 Chrysler 200 GT rendering 2 photos
Photo: X-Tomi Design
2015 Chrysler 200 GT rendering
With a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 available as an option, the 2015 Chrysler 200 is far from being a slow sedan. However, we bet some customers would enjoy a more powerful unit under the hood.
More horsepower would also bring a new body kit to the car for improved aerodynamics and grip. This would automatically translate into a more aggressive front fascia, some carbon fiber parts and a rear wing atop the trunk.

Unfortunately, we’re not here to report about Chrysler’s plans to release a sportier version of the 2015 200, but only to show you a new rendering based on the redesigned sedan.

Dubbed 200 GT, the vehicle shown above features the side sills and rear fascia valance seen on the Moparized 200 we’ve seen at the Chicago Auto Show earlier this year, but also gained a revised front bumper with carbon fiber splitters and a rear wing.

Additionally, the sedan was fitted with carbon fiber mirrors and roof to reduce overall weight, as well as a new set of black wheels.

Although it’s very unlike for Chrysler to consider a souped up 200, we would mind seeing something like this in showrooms sometime in the future. Who knows, maybe the new 200 will fall into the hands of SRT and get a more powerful engine in its bay.

Rendering via X-Tomi Design
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