2011 Chrysler 300 Photos Emerge

2011 Chrysler 300

For the 2011 model year Chrysler will replace its entire lineup with new or refreshed vehicles. We’ve already covered the 2011 Chrysler 200 (formerly the Sebring) and 2011 Chrysler Town & Country extensively at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show.

With two down, the only model we still don’t have a complete picture of is the all-new 2011 Chrysler 300. The picture got a little clearer today because the automaker launched a new minisite for the 300, which shows off teaser shots of the 300C trim level.

In these photos we get a clear shot of the 300’s new Audi-like headlights and distinctive taillamps and decklid designs. The Chrysler 300 will be unveiled at the 2011 Detroit auto show in early January. We’re sure we’ll get more information on the vehicle before then, but for now check out the photos below.

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

2011 Chrysler 300

By Colin Bird | November 19, 2010 | Comments (13)

Comments 

jim

Hmmm, My Auto Week Magazine had photos already. Aren't print magazines months behind? Or wasn't Cars.com invited to the unveiling?
The 300 is updated, but not radically different, imo. The grille looked a little too "full -size -Ford" from a few years back, though.

65Chrysler300

I would really like them to style this after one of the classics. If you're listening, Chrysler, the 1961 is my favorite. I'm pretty fond of the '65 too.

No magazine has printed any pictures of the '11 300 and there hasn't been an unveiling by Chrysler yet. This is the first official look and the '11 has major changes over prior models imo, Jim is misinformed.

d

inside line had some exterior pix with no camo...car looks much the same as current model...which of course has been out since early '04!

Al G.


Not official pictures put here is what I found on the internet.
http://www.ridelust.com/new-2011-chrysler-300-caught-completely-naked/
That having been sais it’s nice to see close-up details of the interior front and rear of the car.

sheth

looks good so far

Ken L.

The headlights look too small for a big car like this, though the blue gauge lighting looks nice.

belly

This really doesn't look good. What made the 300 distinctive was the square look to the entire car. Now it is being "rounded" off. Not a good look.

JJ

The gauges are very nice, in a Sonata like way. LOL

SVX77

I'm yawning....I'm yawning some more.....zzzzzzzzzzz

mike3187

@Simon Baxter - Actually Autoweek magazine had pictures 2 weeks ago, the same day they released the teaser photos, I received the magazine with 5 or 6 full-car, and interior photos. So you're quite wrong that no magazine has the pictures yet, but I must say it looks AMAZING. Jim was not misinformed, you're just ignorant.

d

i don't think it will sell as well as it's heyday nearly 7 years ago!

The first generation Chrysler 300 model was offered in sedan, station wagon and in convertible forms. It is offered in both four wheel drive and in rear wheel drive.

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