The two special editions of the 300 sedan are dubbed the Limited and the Luxury editions. Drivers will immediately notice the exterior aesthetic changes, which on the Limited edition include a Phantom Black tri-coat paint job, dark titanium accents, and a front grille that features black chrome; dark 20-inch multi-spoke wheels round out the vehicle’s somewhat sinister demeanor, along with smoked LED taillight lenses. The Luxury edition’s styling is largely the same, save for polished wheels and a platinum chrome mesh grille.
The interior also sports an eye-catching design. Pewter gray metallic seats with exclusive Diesel Gray and black stitching, along with an instrument panel and gauge cluster with a pearlescent white face and black bezels, make an immediate impression. The Luxury edition takes things a bit further once again, adding Napa leather seats and hand-sanded Natural Pore Mocha real wood accents. Both models come standard with Chrysler’s Uconnect system. It’s all the comfort and luxurious features that drivers have come to expect from the 300, along with a bold new design sensibility.
This design is in many ways typical of the John Varvatos menswear fashion brand from which it takes its influence. The esteemed designer’s work often features a look that’s raw and industrial, carrying heavy rock ‘n roll influences, too — unsurprising, given the designer’s involvement with VH1’s Save the Music Foundation.
DuPage Dodge eagerly awaits the arrival of this new take on the classic 300 sedan. Their inventory includes the latest cars, trucks, and SUVs from Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep, in addition to a huge selection of pre-owned models from a variety of automakers. Drivers are encouraged to visit their dealership in Wheaton to take a test drive.