The Dodge//SRT brand has been known for its “high-impact” color palette. Colors like Plum Crazy, B5 Blue, Sublime, TorRed, and F8 Green are just a few of the popular names of these colors featured on the performance brand’s Charger and Challenger models. Over the past couple of years, Chrysler has allowed some of those high-impact colors to become available on its iconic full-size Chrysler 300 Series.
Chrysler has announced that three new colors will join the Chrysler 300 Series for the 2020 model year. Those three new colors have also been featured on its Dodge siblings as well, but feature unique names when it comes to the Chrysler option guide.
The first color to be introduced was Amethyst (using the paint code of PED) or as it is called “Hellraisin” in the Dodge performance lineup. The new purple color is available on all Chrysler 300 Series trims at no additional cost.
We talked about the new Frostbite (paint code PCA) exterior color, which has created a lot of buzz on the 2020 Dodge Charger and Challenger models. Frostbite continues on 300 with the same name and available on all Chrysler 300 Series trims at no additional cost as well.
The last color to be introduced is called Canyon Sunset (PEC), which is known as Sinamon Stick on the Dodge offerings. Unlike the two other new colors, Canyon Sunset is only available on Touring, Touring-L, and 300S models. The color will also be offered at no additional cost as well.
All three of the new colors are available for ordering and are now arriving in dealer’s inventories. For more information on ordering availability or to enquire about dealer inventory, you can contact your local Chrysler dealership. Inventory numbers are currently limited, with the North American plants currently being closed. However, production will restart in the first week of May, so expect dealers to have more of the cars on their lots soon after.