Chrysler is bidding adieu to the long-standing 300 sedan line-up, and they are planning a smashing farewell with a performance model.
Only the 300 sedan and the long-running Pacifica minivan are now offered by Chrysler.
It was easy to blame the 300 sedan when the carmaker posted on social media that ...
they were releasing a special edition vehicle that would also be "the most powerful and luxurious" in Chrysler history.
Although a performance-oriented Pacifica minivan sounds exciting, we don't believe Chrysler operates that way.
The first-generation Chrysler 300 was at its best in the early 2000s.
And the star of the show was the legendary 300C, which was powered by a massive 5.7-Liter HEMI V8 engine.
The 300 SRT8 sedan was the second-generation model's most powerful "300," although it fell short of the 300C's record-breaking figures.
We thus couldn't help but consider the 300C's potential comeback ...
when Chrysler announced its "surprise" special-edition model announcement with a ...
close-up image of the wheel and brake callipers! Obviously, neither a 300 SRT nor a 300 Hellcat will be available.
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