A rather slender amount of tweakery has been applied to the Continental GT for 2005, with the most significant alteration being the availability of the Mulliner Driving Specification (MDS), a package packing thick-spoked 20-inch wheels, extra-grippy tires (a.k.a. tyres), and interior augmentation via new seats, drilled pedals, and a chrome and leather shifter. An MDS GT will also have special "sporty" trim combinations, because if there's one thing that screams sport, it's trim. The standard Bent gets new gear as well: voice-activation for the phone, optional magnolia leather, and a multifunction steering wheel. Now if it could only be equipped with a classy yet menacing exterior that often makes one inquire, "Wait, which Chrysler is that?"
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