New mid-size model will foreshadow Chrysler’s design future

The folks over at Allpar have received spy images thanks to KGP Photography showing the next Chrysler 200 completely camo free. The redesigned mid-size model will make its official debut next month in Detroit during NAIAS.

Sporting a front fascia that slightly resembles a Tesla Model S, the new 200 will feature LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, and a smooth, sophisticated exterior design.

Inside, the centre console looks to be a floating fixture housing a shift knob for the 8-speed ZF automatic transmission and other climate controls. Above the floating console is Chrysler’s newest UConnect system.




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