2018 Chrysler 300
The modern-day Chrysler 300 was introduced in 2004, almost 4 decades after the initial 300 “letter series” was terminated. Bolted on the company’s rear-wheel-drive LX platform with parts from the W211-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the 300 debuted with a host of V-6 and V-8 gas powerplants, plus a diesel system for European markets. The full-size sedan was upgraded for the 2011 model year, getting many drivetrain and technology upgrades. The second-gen car got a facelift for 2015, which included a considerably modified front fascia among other features.
2018 Chrysler 300 Exterior
Inning Accordance With Ralph Gilles (Chrysler head of design), the next-generation 300 will continue to have a special existence. “In form or shape, the car’s always going to have its own visual. Presence can come in many methods. The shape has to be unique. Whatever it is, wherever we end up, it has to be unique,” he told Car Advice.
Although he decreased to elaborate, Gilles did recommend the company is thinking about more than one style for the next-generation sedan. Something is particular though, the upgraded 300 will keep a few of the details that helped make the first-generation car an instant classic.
2018 Chrysler 300 Interior
Gilles had absolutely nothing to state about the 300’s new interior, however we anticipate a heavily redesigned cabin– likely influenced from the 200’s– with additional premium features, more soft-touch surfaces, and updated technology.
2018 Chrysler 300 Drivetrain
The engine lineup is still a secret, but V-6 and V-8 powerplants are likely on the table for 2018 as well. Whether Chrysler is establishing brand-new engines or not, we anticipate the 2018 Chrysler 300 to see enhancements in both the output and fuel efficiency departments. The present 300 returns up to 31 mpg on the highway, placing it above both the Chevy Impala and the Ford Taurus.
2018 Chrysler 300 Release Date and Price
We expect the 2018 Chrysler 300 to begin in display rooms this year or next. It’ll likely remain near the current model’s cost series of $33,435-$46,365. Secret rivals to the 300 include the Genesis G80, Kia Cadenza, and Buick LaCrosse.