Only Stellantis knows what the future holds for the Chrysler 300. Some believe it might return in a slightly smaller packaging with electrified (and maybe fully electric) power, whereas others would bet all their savings on the model being dead for good. We are part of the former category, as it would be sad not to see a new sedan from the Auburn Hills company.
Things may be blurry and sad in the real world regarding the Chrysler 300, but it's quite the opposite in Fantasy Land. Several pixel manipulators have already imagined what a new one might look like, using a lot of CGI to fill in the massive gaps. This was Nihar Mazumdar's approach, too, with the virtual artist taking to Behance to present a digital take on a potentially new sedan from Chrysler.
To make it a bit more appealing, he sketched it out with two different grilles. One of them was clearly inspired by Jeep's lineup, which is also part of Stellantis, and the other is a bit more Chrysler-y. The car has new headlamps, a different bumper, and a few other modifications here and there. And one thing is certain: no one is going to mistake it for anything other than a rebadged Chrysler 300, as in the end, that's what it is, as much as this artist would want you to believe it's a digital revival of the Imperial.
Hopefully, these CGIs might inspire the company to develop a brand-new sedan, as America and the entire car world deserve more large four-door vehicles. Also, if built right and given plenty of power, it would definitely attract enthusiasts. Would you be part of that crowd?