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2015 300C to keep SRT model

by David Zatz on


Reliable source oh2o wrote that the 2015 300C line would include a 6.4-Hemi-powered SRT version; Grand Cherokee SRT will also remain into the 2015 model year, even as the SRT brand is dropped.

Still unknown is whether the SRT Viper will become the Dodge Viper once again, and if so, when.

Due in December 2014, the 2015 Chrysler 300 will have sheet metal similar to the current model, with the main changes being in the front and rear “clips.” Buyers should expect to see standard eight-speed automatics regardless of the engine.

Note: the rendering is from 2011 and reflected a possible extended-wheelbase 300 Imperial, partly to compete in the livery market. Saad Chehab, then CEO of Chrysler, said the company was not actively pursuing the livery market with any special models in 2012.  

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