Now that Chrysler Group has announced its new European Jeep lineup and revealed the next-gen Dodge Durango and Charger, the most important cars to expect soon are the 200 and 300 sedans. Chrysler has put out some new photos of its redesigned and renamed Sebring replacement, and we finally get a better look at the car’s nose plus a peek at the leather interior with contrasting stitching.
You already know the car will get a the 2.4-liter I4 World Gas Engine and the new Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 with 283 horsepower. For the rest of all the released info, head over to our previous post. Right now we’re here to check out the latest teasers from Chrysler.
With a full, if dim, view of the front end, it looks like the new Chrysler grille will get some styling cues from -wait for the shocker- Hyundai’s latest proposals. Hopefully we’ll be getting some proper pictures soon that will put any fears to rest.
Remember, this is just meant to be a stop-gap solution using the 200C concept’s style on an old Sebring chassis; the next all-new 200 should be significantly less Sebring and more its own model in-line dimensionally with the concept it’s based on.
By Phil Alex