2012 Chrysler 300C Interior Gets Massive Touchscreen

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This image, pilfered from today's Chrysler conference at the NY Auto Show by Cars.com, demonstrates the 2010 Chrysler 300 may finally get a big boy interior and humongous touchscreen.


After a strong showing from the upscale new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, it seems Chrysler may have finally stopped sticking Fischer Price interiors into their $30k+ vehicles and started using real materials. Gone are the days of gashing yourself on a seam-welded grab handle or smacking your not-so-funny bone on a rock solid armrest — or so we hope.


It's clear the interior isn't quite as advanced as what's found in the Chrylser 200C Concept, but it appears to take on the concept's philosophy of an MMI-centered layout.


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Hmmm...where's the rest of the car? I wanna see! Wanna see!

I know, I'll probably be underwhelmed, but the 300 hasn't changed in...well, EVER!!!

I'm feeling quite nervous for the Chrysler brand. The Crossfire and Pacifica are gone, and the PT Cruiser, Aspen, and Aspen(chortle)Hybrid are on their way out, leaving just three models: The 300, (gag)Sebring, and T&C, none of which are unique to Chrysler. Model skimpynesswise, they're headed to Buick territory.