The 2015 Chrysler 300 Super S Concept effortlessly blends style, sophistication, and performance, showcasing a bold persona that sets it apart. Its distinctive features include an export-SRT aggressive front fascia adorned with over 300 unique “Easter eggs,” where miniature Mopar “M” letters, finished in Dark Hyper Black low gloss, embellish the Matte Black grille.
The lowered stance, achieved with a Mopar coil-over lowering kit, is accentuated by striking concept Mopar 22-inch wheels both at the front and rear. Matching the Dark Hyper Black low gloss wheels, the production Mopar center caps add a touch of finesse against the Matte Cerulean exterior. At the rear, a concept valence and a deck-lid spoiler from the Mopar brand portfolio ensure a grounded presence. Completing the exterior appointments are exclusive 300 Super S and Mopar Design badges.
Inside, the aggressive exterior is balanced with premium styling. Katzkin light grey leather seats, adorned with blue stitching, extend the premium feel. Blue accents also grace the armrests, side panels, and instrument panel. The production 300’s rotary shifter gives way to a concept polystable T-handle shifter, while the steering wheel is upgraded to a sportier, flat-bottom version. Mopar door sill guards with Chrysler logos and top-tier carpet floor mats featuring metal badging add a touch of refinement.
Beneath the hood of the 300 Super S lies a formidable powerhouse. The 5.7-liter (345 cubic-inch) HEMI® V8 engine is enhanced with Mopar ‘Scat Pack’ Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 Upgrade Kits, mirroring the performance boosts offered by Mopar Scat Pack Performance kits for the 5.7-liter HEMI engine-equipped Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger vehicles. This transformation bestows the car with an impressive 428 horsepower and 442 lb.-ft of torque.
While some of these exceptional design elements didn’t transition into production for the Chrysler 300S, this concept undeniably illustrates its potential to exude sportiness, rivaling even its more aggressive Dodge Charger counterpart.
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