Fiat Chrysler today debuted the new 2016 Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Editions, which introduce new bronze exterior finishes and new interior appointments and materials to both model ranges.
The Chrysler 200S Alloy Edition is set apart from standard the Chrysler 200S through the Dark Bronze accents in the upper and lower grille, 19-inch Dark Bronze aluminum wheels, a Dark Bronze “200S” badge on the rear decklid and subtle Titanium touches on the Chrysler wing badge.
Inside, occupants will be greeted with either Black cloth seating with leather trim, or Black leather seating along with Caramel accent stitching on the seats, center arm rest and door trim panels. The dash features Piano Black trim, which is complimented by Titanium-finished accents on the doors, center console, outboard air vents and steering wheel.
Similarly, the 300S Alloy Edition features a grille finished in Dark Bronze and a Titanium-finished Chrysler wing badge along with Gloss Black headlamps and body color mirror caps, Dark Bronze painted 20-inch aluminum wheels (19-inch for AWD models), a Dark Bronze-finished “300S” badge and a body color rear fascia accent.
The interior of the 300S Alloy features Black Nappa leather seating with Caramel accent stitching that is also featured on the instrument cluster bezel, steering wheel and armrests. Piano Black trim is featured on the dash, instrument cluster and door panels, while a new analog clock with a dark-colored face occupies the center stack.
The 2016 Chrysler 200S Alloy and 300S Alloy will command a price premiuim of $995 and $495 over the standard versions of the sedans, respectively. Both models will go on sale this year following a debut at the 2016 Chicago Motor Show next week.