Chrysler creates one-off 300S for charity [video]

Created with fashion designer John Varvatos

Chrysler has teamed up with fashion designer John Varvatos to create a custom 300S for charity.

Currently up for auction, the car features a black chrome grille, tinted lighting units, special badging and exclusive 20-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, the cabin has premium leather upholstery, bespoke seats and wood trim. There's also satin chrome accents and a headliner inspired by "Menswear appeal."

All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Stuart House which offers counseling for child sexual assault victims.

Published Mar 16th, 2012 12:50am By Michael Gauthier

Drive off in this Limited Edition 2012 Chrysler 300S customized by John Varvatos.

Car Details:
Year: 2012
Make: Chrysler
Model: 300S
Mileage: New car (mileage is negligible)

Custom Features:
This is a very special Limited Edition Chrysler 300S customized by John Varvatos and inspired by his collections
Custom 20" wheels in satin Carbon finish
Seats and door panels have black woven leather details
Flat woven Heather fabric brings an elegant Menswear appeal
Black leather wrapped instrument panel, console lid, and door armrest
Interior Satin Chrome finishes
Black two-tone steering wheel with accent 360 ring

The 2012 Chrysler 300 continues to ride the wave created by last year's model that elevated it to a full-blown star. Perhaps one of the most easily recognizable vehicles on the road today, the Chrysler 300 receives minor changes for the 2012 model year. Most noticeable is the welcomed addition of the Pentastar engine being swapped for two older V-6s that held its spot in the engine bay. The infotainment system, with its 8.4-inch screen, manages all media for the 300.

The SRT8 model puts the 300 over the top and certifies it as a true player in its class, if not the front runner. With an aggressive engine note, the SRT8 won't sneak up on anyone on the freeway. Three different engines are offered for the 300 and all are mated to the new eight-speed transmission. The 300 continues to grow into its own while still keeping the essentials of what made it so popular from the beginning.

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Idiots why one off? All 300s should look like this.
Mar 16th, 2012 10:08am
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72europatc 72europatc
They pretty much do.
Mar 18th, 2012 11:30pm
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