The US automaker will be taking the wraps off the new 200S and 300S Alloy Editions during the upcoming Chicago Auto Show.
While the news about the future of the 200 model are less than glamorous, the carmaker will nevertheless present during the Chicago Auto Show the 200S Alloy Edition, which carries a refreshed grille with Dark Bronze painted finish, gloss black accents, a sport-oriented suspension, a dual exhaust system, as well as 19-inch aluminum wheels with a Dark Bronze accent. Cabin modifications are more subtle as owners will be granted Piano Black trim and Titanium accent while the seats can be had with cloth/leather or black leather with bespoke Caramel accent stitching.
Meanwhile the 300S Alloy Edition is equal to its smaller brethren and features a Dark Bronze grille with gloss black textured accents. Other features include the titanium-plated dual exhaust system and 19- or 20-inch alloy wheels with a Dark Bronze accent. The interior sports Black Nappa leather seats with Caramel accent stitching, Piano Black trim, Titanium accents, as well as a new instrument panel clock that “exudes watch-like precision and craftsmanship.” The special series can be had with two engines under the hood: base 3.6-liter V6 delivering 300 hp and the mighty 5.7-liter V8 churning out 363 hp in a standard rear-wheel drive configuration and with an optional AWD system available as a paid extra. Deliveries will commence this spring and the pricing for the Chrysler 200S Alloy Edition starts at $26,685 – the 300S Alloy Edition can be had from $35,965, both sans the $995 destination charge.