Autoweek's sneaky photogs found this beast while trawling a Detroit-area neighborhood. It may or not mean anything as respects Chrysler's stance that they are not producing a 300C Touring for the U.S. market. The car was hanging out with a Dodge Magnum, and was also borrowing its wheels. The 300C will begin variant sales overseas in October, but with the crazed success of the large-bodied sedan, no one would be surprised to see the wagon offered here. The only major obstacle is that it could take sales away from the Magnum, and vice versa.
Bring the kids and pets indoors: Chrysler 300C wagon found lurking in suburbs
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