Our bros over at LeftLaneNews procured a set of spy shots showing the 2008 (or possibly 2009) Chrysler 300, and while they claim that there has been a change to the front end, at least the addition of new headlights, we just don't see it. The headlights on this vehicle look identical to the beams on the 2007 model. Regardless, through the camo on the rear we can definitely see taillights that are different than the current model's. Changes to the exterior, however, will pale in comparison to the interior's transformation. LLN quotes Ralph Gilles, VP of Design at the Chrysler Group, who said back in May, "we need an update [...] you're going to see a significant improvement in the interior of that car." Bring it, Ralph! Unfortunately non of these spy shots offers any glimpses of the interior, and we're unlikely to see the changes at the Detroit Auto Show in a few weeks.
Check out more pics by clicking on the Read link and follow the jump to see front and rear shots of the current model for comparison.

[Source: LLN]

2007 Chrysler 300

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