Some cars are the perfect candidate for aftermarket modifications, like a Jeep Wrangler or Dodge Challenger, for example. Then there’s less likely recipients for tuning, like a V6 Chrysler 200.
The 200’s status as a relatively beige mid-size sedan didn’t stop Mopar from giving it a slight attitude adjustment for the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, though. The Chrysler 200 S Mopar uses a variety of concept and production aftermarket parts to help the family four-door stand out and give it a more muscly, aggressive look.
The exterior of the 200 S Mopar is enhanced with special Ceramic Grey Metallic paint, a production Mopar body kit, production 19-inch Mopar wheels and concept dual-vented Mopar performance hood. Out back there’s also concept quad-exit exhaust tips and a Mopar design badge.
The interior is set off by Katzkin leather seats with perforated inserts, Mopar Blue piping and blue portions in the instrument panel and sections of the door panel. Chrysler has also included premium carpet mats and a Mopar pedal kit for greater differentiation from standard 200s.
Powering the 200S Mopar is the same Pentastar V6 in standard versions of the mid-size sedan, however it’s been made more vocal thanks to a cat-back exhaust and cold-air intake. A production Mopar suspension kit and Mopar big brake kit round out the performance modifications.