Chrysler 300 Motown Edition Shown in Detail

Introduced at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, the 2013 Chrysler 300 Motown Edition shows its most important features with the help of Bruce Velisek, Head of Large Car & MPV Marketing for the Chrysler brand.
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Approved by Motown record label founder Berry Gordy himself, this special edition Chrysler 300 adds unique details to the standard Detroit-built four-door sedan. Enhanced to add more flash to the car, the exterior comes with bright chrome front grille, bright chrome 20-inch wheels, chrome accents on the mirrors and the door handles and a Motown badge.

Inside, the 300 Motown edtion gained piano keyboard-inspired black & white leather seats, real piano black wood and black accents and, to top it all, 100 of Motown’s greatest hits are preloaded in the car’s audio system.

“The Chrysler 300 Motown Edition is unique because it adds a little bit of flash to a regular 300 model. It’s a great package, a combination of iconic music and automotive design all rolled into one,” said Velisek.

The 2013 Chrysler 300 Motown has arrived in dealerships this spring and can be ordered with a MSRP of $32,995, excluding the $995 destination fee.

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