2011 CHRYSLER 200 S SEDAN AND CONVERTIBLE
2011 Chrysler 200 sedan and convertible have been redesigned and upgraded to deliver great American design and engineering, with a value proposition that exceeds expectations. Now, with the introduction of the S models, Chrysler expands the lineup, offering customers production vehicles with a one of a kind style.
The ‘S’ treatment is a cosmetics-only package, with both the saloon and drop top 200 gaining a bespoke front grille with a black background, body color mirrors and door handles, smoked headlamps, unique 18-in. aluminum wheels with dark painted pockets and “S” badging.
The exclusive design features for the interior’ S models include a perforated leather steering wheel; leather, heated front seats with Digital suede inserts and an embroidered “S” on the front head rests and a high-end Boston Acoustic sound system with a 276-watt CD/DVD/MP3/30 gigabyte hard drive media center. In addition, the sedan model gets suede door trim bolsters and a black headliner.
2011 Chrysler 200 S offers on both body styles exclusively with the 3.6-liter V6 engine that puts out 283 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
2012 MAZDA CX-5 MINAGI CONCEPT
Minagi concept shown at the 2011 Geneva Salon earlier this year will form the base for a production model that will be called the CX-5. In addition, the Japanese firm also announced that the compact crossover model will make its international debut in production guise at the forthcoming 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show to be held in Germany in September.
The new CX-5 will be the first production vehicle to incorporate Mazda’s new styling language called ‘KODO – Soul of Motion’ as well as the full range of the firm’s SKYACTIV technologies, including a whole host of new engines, transmissions, bodyshells and platforms, all designed to significantly improve fuel efficiency.