Chrysler shows at the Detroit Auto Show a special edition of the Chrysler 300, which was launched in honor of the Motor City and Motown Records.
True to the motto "If cars are the heart of the Motor City, so music is their soul" Chrysler honors an era in U.S. history with the Chrysler 300 Motown.
Chrysler in terms of design and in-house tuner Mopar have in the time of the Motown era beamed back and provided the 300 Motown with lots chrome trim elements, as was the fashion at the major tailfin cars of that era.
A massive chrome grille, 20 "alloy wheels, which are of course also chrome, chrome door handles, chrome mirror housings and slightly revised front and rear spoilers distinguish the special edition of the other Chrysler 300 models.
Inside, there are then "Pearl White" nappa leather seats with "Motown" logo in the back, and musical direction are also many suitable decorative elements in piano lacquer finish kept.
Another highlight of the Motown Edition is the Beats Audio. Stereo with 10 speakers, on the SD card has 100 original Motown songs are saved
Chrysler 300 is powered by the proven 3.6 liter Motown Pentastar V6 engine that has an output of 292 hp. The connection is via a 8-speed ZF automatic transmission, which provides fast yet smooth gearshifts.
Available for the 2013 Chrysler 300 Motown Editon is from Spring 2013, be priced at U.S. $ 32,995.