Chrysler 300 Super S concept unveiled

Unique bodywork components and a serious engine upgrade give Chrysler's 300 Super S a blend of aggressive looks and performance.

The concept, which was created by Mopar for this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas, features attractive Matte Cerulean paintwork. A black finish on the 22” seven-spoke wheels, roof panel, rear diffuser and prototype front grille provides some visual contrast.

Chrysler 300 Super S Concept (2015) Front Side

Chrysler 300 Super S Concept (2015) Rear Side

Beneath the skin, the 300 Super S boasts a 5.7 litre Hemi V8 that's fitted with Mopar's Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 kits. Accompanying the resultant power boost are various chassis enhancements. These include a lowered coilover suspension set-up, bigger brakes and strut tower braces.

Inside, there's a flat-bottom steering wheel, plus the usual rotary gear shifter has been swapped for a T-handle item. Carpet floor mats and Katzkin light grey leather upholstery meanwhile add some extra luxury.

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