Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar Coming to Detroit

The Detroit Auto Show is preparing to start its engine, and this means that we have to be prepared to receive an army of novelties, including modified creations that will come with a fresh aftermarket scent. Now we are here to see one of Chrysler’s tuning developments for the even, the 200 Super S by Mopar.

Mopar, the company’s go-fast division enjoyed playing with the new 200 sedan, offering a boost of aggression for the vehicle. Some of the modifications you see here will soon be available for the standard vehicle, so if you’re looking to tune your 200 (in the future of course), you’d better pay attention.

In order for you to see exactly the amount of work that this custom project benefited from, we are giving you the full list of modifications. So, here’s what the vehicle’s aftermarket aura consists of (just keep in mind that the the whole is greater than the sum of it parts):
  • 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

autoevolution will be attending the 2011 North American International Auto Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions.
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