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2015 Chrysler 200 interior caught?

by David Zatz on

2015 Chrysler 200

KGP just shot what we believe to be the 2015 Chrysler 200 interior, fresh off Allpar’s first photos of the 200’s exterior; a car that was kept under wraps most successfully has been exposed quite a bit over the last week.

The cabin has a fresh take on the center stack, with a separate, angled collection of buttons and switches sitting below the LCD screen (the smaller one appears to be installed in this car, but the 8.4” version is expected to be optional). As Allpar sources predicted, the traditional gearshift in the Cherokee and the annoying electronic shifter in the 300/Charger/Grand Cherokee have both been ejected in favor of a Ram-like knob. The pictured car, which does not have paddle shifters, includes a low-gear knob position as well as Park, Reverse, Neutral, and Drive.

Glenn Paulina of KGP wrote, “We think we noticed a hint of LED lighting effects in use throughout the interior, as we see on the Dart.”

The visual design and passenger interface are a fresh take, with a clean, uncluttered look, partly taken from the Chrysler 200C concept (which was more advanced, in that it used LCDs for all displays, but had the same basic concepts).

While we believe this car is the 2015 Chrysler 200, no official announcements of the car have been made; our belief in the name and year is based on the position of a new car in the public parts of the corporate plan, as well as informal comments by our sources.

[See more of what we believe to be the 2015 Chrysler 200]

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