Bygone Chrysler 300 Prototype Concept Still Searching For A Home

When people hear the phrase "Chrysler 300," they frequently picture a squared-off, faux-luxury car that has served as the company's 

 flagship for almost 20 years. Earlier, Chrysler mainly relied on its LH platform, and this idea dates from that period. It strikes out as a 

unique illustration of how opulent the model may be. You may now get it at a lower cost than a brand-new 300 Touring.

The same 3.5-liter V6 engine seen in the rest of the LH family is found under the hood, but 

what makes this prototype unique is found within the interior. A completely unique pair of 

black and Italian Bronze leather-upholstered seats may be found there. 

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