Chrysler has been known for its demanding, superb manufacturing, elevated to a height of opulence and performance. For starters, the exterior of the new 300 SRT8 has been sculpted to match its high-performance character. The front end retains Chrysler’s newly reshaped wing badge, but the SRT8 model gets a unique front valance and a blacked-out mesh grille.
Among the initial recent American V-8 engine to generate 300 horsepower, the first Chrysler 300 or the C-300 developed by Virgil Exner that completely revamped the entire Chrysler line in 1955. They made the innovative 2012 Chrysler 300 sedan, which is currently performing at a top-notch experience.
The new 2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8, the highest-performing model ever in Chrysler’s lineup, boasts a powerful 6.4-liter Hemi V8 punch, massive Brembo brakes, lightweight forged wheels, countless hours of suspension tuning and a slew of cosmetic goodies. It is, without question, a very impressive sport sedan. But choosing a target like the CTS-V, Cadillac’s highly regarded flagship performance vehicle, may reveal a bit too much confidence. After all, the CTS-V isn’t just more powerful while its chassis is a bit lighter, it’s shorter in stature and it wears stickier shoes. Of course, it’s also much more expensive.
From the outside, the SRT8 is distinguished by its half-inch lower ride height, body color side sill cladding and standard 20-inch wheels. The front fascia features upper and lower grille surrounds in black chrome and LED daytime running lights. Out back, the bumper cap sports twin four-inch exhaust pipes and there is a functional decklid spoiler garnishing the trunk.
The interior starts with a leather-wrapped, heated SRT steering wheel with metal paddle shifters on each side. Integrated into the dashboard is genuine carbon fiber trim, gloss black surrounds and chrome accents. The standard sport seats, upholstered in Alcantara and leather, are heated and ventilated and feature the SRT logo emblazoned on the seatback. The door panels mirror a similar treatment. Underfoot, the accelerator and brake pedals are metal with small rubber nubs for better traction.
Chic proportions and amazing on the new 2012 Chrysler 300 captures the the imagination and brings a new driving experience all the time by combining global standards with an American approach, the all-new Chrysler 300’s interior features are a well-designed masterpiece.
They aim to distribute Chrysler’s dominating line to produce maximum performance models through The Street and Racing Technology (SRT) performance engineering team that has been dynamically assembled. Other cool innovations that are beneficial for all Chrysler 300 SRT8’s include auto mode, improved horsepower, increased navigation visibility, brake torque, choke site and lateral/vertical designs that produce stylish lines.