The “sport” versions of the 2016 Chrysler cars, the 200S and 300S, have a new option: Alloy Editions, using dark bronze and titanium (describing the finishes; the parts do not use bronze or titanium). Photos have not been released.

The new cars will debut at the Chicago Auto Show next week, explaining the Chrysler presentation. The cars will list for $27,680 and $36,960 including destination.

The new finishes contrast with the S models’ generally blacked-out appearance. The 200S uses a dark bronze colored rear badge and  wheels (which are aluminum, not bronze); and “titanium” touches on the wing badge and exhaust tips. Paint colors will be gloss black, black forest green, red pearl, gray metallic, and white. The interior includes titanium-color accents.  Buyers can get a Mopar package with a chin spoiler, taller side sills, and a rear valance with side sill extensions.

The Chrysler 300S Alloy Edition has two grilles, one in dark bronze and on in glossy black with a titanium-finish badge. The lower grille opening is surrounded by a dark bronze bezel.  As with the 200S, the rear badge and wheels are also dark bronze, with titanium exhaust tips and wing badge. Colors are the same as with the 200S and interior treatments are similar.

Both cars are available in all wheel drive.