There’s no shortage of Mopar performance parts for the Dodge Challenger, but what if you own the more grown-up Chrysler 300 sedan? Fiat Chrysler’s in-house producer of aftermarket parts has you covered there, too, as proven by the Chrysler 300 Super S concept shown at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
The 300 Super S concept is a more aggressive take on Chrysler’s rear-wheel drive executive sedan. The most obvious change is the huge 22-inch Mopar wheels, which are set off by Dark Hyper Black Mopar center caps and the unique Matte Cerulean exterior paint. Other major changes include a more aggressive concept front fascia, a concept Mopar decklid spoiler and rear valence and 300 Super S and Mopar Design badges.
Inside the sporty treatment continues with Katzkin light grey leather seats, blue stitching, a falt-bottom steering wheel and a T-handle shifter similar to the Challenger’s. Rounding out the changes are Mopar door sill guards carrying the Chrysler logo and premium carpet floor mats.
Chrysler has also applied its Mopar Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3 upgrade kits to the 300 Super S and its 5.7-liter HEMI V8, mimicking the performance boosts delivered by the Scat Pack performance kits available for the Challenger. The performance boost is also joined by Mopar front and rear performance strut tower braces for better handling and a Mopar big brake kit.