2015 Chrysler 300 Changes Are Set to Push the Brand to New Heights
When the Chrysler 300 was unveiled in 2005, it set a new standard for all future luxury sedans to work towards, and with the 2015 300 model boasting changes like enhanced efficiency and interior comfort and technology upgrades, it looks like Regina drivers have more of the same bar-setting excellence to look forward to. The second-generation 300 had big shoes to fill, and Chrysler has taken note, giving the upcoming 2015 300 model a bold redesign.
Drivers raved about the performance provided by the V6 and 5.7L Hemi V8 engines utilized in previous models, so Chrysler has retained those choices for the upcoming model. However, they were eager to improve the already exceptional efficiency of those engines as much as possible, so the big news this year is the integration of Chrysler’s vaunted eight-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission, which promises to provide enhanced acceleration while improving fuel economy—reportedly by up to 6 percent for V8 models. Chrysler has also listened to complaints about the 2014 model’s electronic gear shift lever, and has replaced it with a rotary selector.
A luxury sedan wouldn’t be worthy without a suitably opulent interior. The 2015 300 has been provided with an upgraded seven-inch display in the gauge cluster, and has been fitted with the very latest UConnect infotainment system. To ensure maximum comfort, there will also be a wide variety of material choices on offer, so you can outfit the interior around your own style.
Chrysler also announced the introduction of a new ultra-luxurious trim: the 300C Platinum model. Among other things, this high-end model will include rich Poltrona Frau Leather across the dashboard, and distinctive hand-sanded wood and platinum-chrome trims to the exterior.
Anyone with an eye for automotive news will have noticed that this year’s models are prioritizing additional safety features, and the 2015 Chrysler 300 is no exception. The upcoming model promises a number of active safty applications to ensure that the 300 remains at the front of the pack for every variety of automotive innovation. Current features include:
- Improved Adaptive Cruise Control with Full-Stop Capability
- Lane-Departure Warning
- Forward Collision Warning
With the 2015 300, Chrysler has taken a page from the bold design of the groundbreaking first-generation model and created a vehicle which lives up to the full potential of the brand. For more information, contact Crestview Chrysler today.