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Is this the 2015 Chrysler 300C?

by David Zatz on

It looks quite a bit like the current model, but that makes sense, since sources say no sheet metal was changed. JackRatchett altered the grille and various details in front and in rear, to retune the flagship Chrysler to match hints and rumors.

The 300 has been selling fairly well in a flagging market for full-sized sedans; while sales are somewhat lower, that is likely due to the elimination of the lower trim level, which has boosted resale value, making leases more profitable. Most changes are likely to be corrections and updates: the eight-speed will be used with all three engines (3.6, 5.7, 6.4), UConnect 2 will be installed, and the floppy-shift will be replaced by a more traditional, but still fully electronic, shifter that stays where the driver puts it.

2015 300C rendering

JackRatchett wrote, “The rear fascia is losing the indent at the back, and now has 200C like exhaust with reflector/ lights above it.”

The 2015 Chrysler 300 and 300C are due to start production around December 2014; it may take months for all dealers to be supplied.

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