Chrysler teamed up with Google to give you a detailed look at their Sterling Heights factory, where the 200 is built. If you haven’t already, you should definitely check it out.
Allpar reports that reliable sources are indicating that an SRT version of the Chrysler 300 will return in 2016. Find more info at Allpar.
Allpar has a piece on the new 2015 Chrysler 300. Styling has been softened but there’s no mistaking that silhouette for anything other than Chrysler’s flagship. The 8 speed Torque Flight is the only transmission, backing up either the 3.6L V6 or the venerable 5.7L Hemi. The SRT has been dropped. All wheel drive is available as an option with the V6. Get all the details at Allpar.
This is only a digital rendering as done by Theophilus Chin with zero connection to FCA but damn, that is one good looking car! Chrysler, build it! Find more info at CarBuzz.
Chrysler is recalling more than 900,000 vehicles for two separate defects. The 3.6L engine, when combined with the 160 amp alternator, may pose a fire hazard. Vehicles affected include the 300, Charger, Challenger, Durango and Grand Cherokee. Wranglers equipped with heated mirrors are also being recalled due to a possible fire hazard. Find more info at Left Lane News.
Chrysler has released some teaser shots of what to expect at SEMA in a few weeks. Included are a Poison Dart R/T (love that name) and a Challenger T/A. Find more info at CarBuzz. More pics after the jump!
Mopar Blog will be at SEMA again this year so stay tuned for a complete gallery from the Mopar booth! If you missed it last year, check out our SEMA 2013 coverage.
Bring A Trailer has located a pair of Mopars for sale on eBay; a 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T and a 1978 Chrysler Conqueror 115 boat! The car is a low mileage 440 4-speed with the Ramcharger cold air intake. The boat has a 115 hp Chrysler outboard and is also in great shape. They are only being sold as a pair. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!
Check out this rare Frank Sinatra Edition Imperial found in a scrap yard in the San Francisco Bay area. With only 278 built, you probably have a better chance of seeing a 1969 Charger Daytona! All cars were blue as in ol’ blue eyes blue and each car came with a set of Sinatra cassettes. Find more info at Autoweek. Back in the day brochure after the jump!