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Photo: LHD 2015 300C SRT8

by David Zatz on

Steve Kasher caught this 2015 Chrysler 300C SRT with manufacturer’s plates coming down the highway, capturing the front and rear (but not the middle) of the car.

The car is clearly an SRT, given the unique styling and SRT logos — the latter could be added to a standard car, but it would be very unlikely for an automaker to do so. This is likely to be Chrysler’s launch at the Chicago Auto Show, whose unveiling/press conference schedule has not yet been made public.

While Australians (and, presumably, New Zealanders) were known to be getting a Chrysler 300 SRT, a left-hand-drive version was just rumored — but you can see one here, running down the highway, as Chrysler tests the new car. It is likely to have all the bells and whistles of the Charger 300 SRT, complete with a standard eight-speed automatic. The car will almost certainly carry a 6.4 liter V8 and not the supercharged 6.2 used by Dodge.


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