2011 Chrysler 300 Interior



Just details, but it is already much better looking in dark, with darker wood, than the beige/light wood combo we saw a few days ago.

And my favorite, the glass roof, is a new option.

More pictures soon….

Conversation 6 comments

  1. Are they trying to blind you at night with those gauges? Form over function doesn't work with things like this.

    Also their new logo is a disgusting, blatant copy of Aston Martin's winged logo. Ridiculous.

    Chrysler still doesn't have a clue.

  2. Also their new logo is a disgusting, blatant copy of Aston Martin's winged logo. Ridiculous.

    So… you think Aston Martin's logo is ridiculous too, then–being as YOU can't tell them apart.

    It could be much worse– they could have chosen to copy Acura or Lexus! LOL!

  3. I'll echo the poster on December 21, 2010 6:27 AM.

    Vince, imagine driving at night with those things glaring in your eyes. Even with them dimmed I am sure they are still bright. There is NO need for all of that light.

    I guess safety isn't important to the boys over at Chrysler.

  4. Hey, "dumb design";

    1) Dash lights too bright? Use the dimmer switch–which is standard on every single car made!

    2) disregard for safety? You're thinking of Toyota; This 300 comse with: SafetyTec, forward collision warning, folding mirrors with exterior signals and courtesy lamps, rear fog lamps, front fog lamps, adaptive bi-xenon HID headlamps with automatic leveling, ADAPTIVE cruise control, ParkSense for both front and rear, and blind spot and cross path detection, ACTIVE head restraints, stability and traction control, rear parking camera, four wheel performance disc brakes–ABS, and optional All-Wheel-Drive. And since the last one got the best possible crash test ratings you can assume this will too.

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