The Chrysler in-house tuning brand Mopar, has stayed busy with upgrades for the latest Jeep automobiles, the new Dodge Charger and Challenger, and now with the new Chrysler 300 models. For the all new Chrysler 300 sedan, the tuners have launched a wide variety of custom grilles, and alloy wheels along with the Chrysler car company. Eight different grilles are available, all ranging from $310 to $750, made from billet aluminum, and feature a choice of Platinum Chrome, Gloss Black, and Bright Chrome finishes. The best part is that these aftermarket pieces will not void the manufacturers warranty like most mods.
Check out this, one of the first modded 2011 Chrysler 300C cars to be fully customized in almost every aspect looks wise. Besides under the hood, the exterior styling of this popular tuner car in the United States received everything you could imagine. Crafted by John Fortuno aka Fatchance, he has called this project the Fatchance 2.0, and by the name you can tell he already had some runs with the older Chrysler 300 and 300C models pre-2010. Typically these tuning cars are murdered out with black paint, black rims, dark tint, and sometimes chrome accents, so it’s refreshing to see one out of the norm. This Chrysler 300 made its debut along with the “S” concept cars at the Annual Spring Festival of LXs this past weekend in California.
Check out this Chrysler 300C model that has been transformed into a Rolls-Royce. We have been seeing more of these custom cars lately, where the tuners completely redesign the front and back of the 300 or 300C cars to look similar to a Bentley Continental or Rolls-Royce Phantom. This unique tuning project was seen in the city of Tangier in Morocco, and features a two-tone burgundy gold paint job with a nice set of aftermarket rims. Follow the jump to see the rear end of this royal ride and let us know what you think.
Check out this video posted by Dodge on their official Youtube channel with the current generation Chrysler 300C packing a Viper SRT10 engine. The 8.4-liter V10 powerhouse SRT10 is now found in several of the Dodge line of cars, including the Viper, Charger, 300c, and RAM pickup truck. So what happens when you put a Viper engine in a Chrysler 300? Hit the jump to see the teaser video of what is to come at the 2010 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Although I haven’t heard of the tuning company MaxPower until now, their new package for the Chrysler 300C looks impressive. Featuring several styling improvements, the 300C becomes more eye catching and closely resembles a Bentley or Rolls-Royce from the front end appearance. Included in this MaxPower aerodynamic kit is a new front lip spoiler, side sills, front fenders, custom front grilles, a rear window spoiler, and new air vents for style behind the wheel arches. All these body kit parts are made from high quality ABS that is extremely flexible and durable.