Moparized Version Of 2015 Chrysler 200 Shown At NAIAS

Jan
17

2015 Chrysler 200, which made an official debut in Detroit, now will get a Mopar customization. More than 45 Mopar parts and accessories will be available to enhance the sedan. The Moparized vehicle was also shown at the show.

The Mopar-modified vehicle which was exhibited at the NAIAS sports unique exterior which stands out and shines bright, thanks to a striking Lunar White Pearl Tri-coat color. The unique vehicle rides on satin carbon 19-inch multi-spoke wheels.

In addition, the customized Chrysler 200 on display is powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 unit. The latter produces 295 horsepower (217 kW) and 355 Nm (262 lb.-ft.) of torque.

Moreover, the modified interior of the car features premium white leather seats accented with bronze stitching, with bronze accents also highlighting the bezels and the steering wheel. In addition, Mopar floor mats complement the interior.

Precisely, the Mopar products which are available for this Chrysler model include the following:

EXTERIOR:

  • Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System
  • Wheels and Wheel locks
  • Locking fuel cap
  • Graphics Package
  • Bicycle hitch receiver
  • Mopar wheel center caps
  • Emblem Kits
  • Vehicle covers
  • Production turn signal mirrors
  • Engine block heater, 2.4-liter
  • Master shield

INTERIOR:

  • Ambient lighting
  • Autonet Wi-Fi
  • Roadside Safety Kit
  • Emergency Kit/Tire repair
  • Collapsible tote
  • Cargo trunk net
  • Molded cargo tray
  • Door sill guards
  • In-Vehicle wireless charging
  • Premium floor mats
  • Slush floor mats
  • Rear backup camera/mirror

Source: Chrysler


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