At the drive of its new-for-2011 300 sedan last week, Chrysler showed off a matte version of the big hauler dubbed the 300 S. What's with the additional letter? Think of it as a mini-Scion for Chrysler.
"If there's one thing we want you to know," said the executives launching the 2011 Chrysler 300 sedan, "it's that this is an all-new vehicle." It's not, but it is better.
Chrysler's 300 redesign isn't revolutionary, but you try and deal with an insurgency every couple years and see if all that visual violence doesn't get old. Chrysler's preserved the 300's unique take on luxurious motoring, without de-chunking the original chunkmobile.
With a heavily revamped 2011 Chrysler 300 coming shortly, here's another blurry shot of the old photo of the supposed new grille on the new "Confidential" Chrysler service contracts price guide. Oh, those dealers! (H/t to Stéphane!) [Facebook via Examiner]
Thanks to not being invited to today's secret Chrysler future product event, we're not covered by any embargoes. Good. Because that means we're able to tell you all about Chrysler's future product plans...today! Yay!
It's no news that the 300's been a hit for Chrysler — and we here at the Jalop obviously are fans of the Dodge Charger SRT8, and the new Dodge Challenger's certainly got itself a purdy mouth. But there's potentially going to be some fuel economy issues inherent with a RWD, Hemi-powered platform given the current…