Chrysler today unveiled new editions of the 2016 Chrysler 200S and 300S models, which offer dark bronze and titanium finishes. The Alloy models, to be officially debuted at the Chicago Auto Show next week, will have a starting price of $26,685 for the 200S and $35,965 for the 300S. The vehicles arrive in dealerships in the spring.
“Chrysler brand embodies Detroit style, and our new 200S and 300S Alloy Editions are a perfect meld of our engineering innovation and craftsmanship, forged with cutting-edge colors and materials inspired by the Motor City’s ingenuity and creativity,” says Tim Kuniskis, head of North American passenger car brands.
Kuniskis says the Alloy Editions offers black details, along with industrial-inspired colors and materials. He says the grille and headlamps have a 3-D effect that is amplified by the dark bronze paint. The 2016 Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Edition will be available in five exterior body colors that amplify the dark bronze, titanium, and black gloss finishes, including a glossy black clear coat, black forest green, pearl, granite, and bright white. Kuniskis says the 200S has 19-inch dark bronze aluminum wheels, while the 300S Alloy Edition has dark bronze-painted 20-inch wheels.
He says the interior of the Chrysler 200S Alloy Edition offers the choice of a black cloth with leather trim or black leather seating, each with caramel accent stitching on the seats, center arm rest, and door trim panels. The vehicle has titanium-finished accents on the door trim panels, center console, and outboard air vents.
The interior of the 300S has black leather with caramel accent stitching on the heated front seats, rear seats, instrument cluster bezel, steering wheel, and armrests. Kuniskis says the instrument panel clock has a dark-colored analog face and black bezel.
The 200S has a 3.6-liter V6 engine that gets 295 horsepower and 260 pounds per feet of torque, while the 300S has a 300-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine.