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Mopar-modded 200

by David Zatz on

Years ago, Mopar chief Pietro Gorlier promised that when new cars were brought out, Mopar would be ready with aftermarket products.  A “Moparized” version of the 200, shown at the Detroit Auto Show, is a semi-delivery on that promise — a “semi” delivery because the promise is only to be fulfilled when the parts are ready and available.

The interior uses white leather seats with perforated suede inners, white suede door inserts, and black floor mats. The exterior includes satin carbon painted 19” cast aluminum wheels with special center caps, a gloss-black painted roof, and gloss black painted mirror covers. The changes are not immense, but they do add something to the base Chrysler 200S.

The lunar white pearl tri-coat is one of the very few paints with an extra charge — $695, according to the web site.

According to the display, Mopar will have 90 accessories available when the 200 hits the streets this spring/summer.

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