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2012 Chrysler 300C Executive Series – Click above for high-res image gallery

Chrysler says its new 2012 300C Executive Series is poised to be "the most luxurious Chrysler flagship sedan ever." That's a pretty tall order, but one quick glance at the Executive Series' spec sheet makes us think that The Pentastar may have hit the nail right on the head.

What makes the 300C Executive Series so swanky, you ask? For starters, the normal seats have been wrapped in two-tone Nappa leather, the front passengers are greeted by a hand-stitched Italian leather dash and there are hand-sanded real wood accents all throughout the cabin. But it doesn't stop there. The instrument panel, center console, side panels and upper door panels can be wrapped in a choice of either Mochachino or Black Poltrona Frau "Foligno" leather. Those Nappa leather seats feature 12-way power adjustment up front, and of course, there's a host of Chrysler's latest infotainment technology housed in its Uconnect Touch system.

The Executive changes aren't just limited to the interior, though. Outside, the chrome fascia, mirror and door handle accents have been replaced with a platinum finish, and new 20-inch wheels give the whole package an impressive stance. Under the hood is the 300C's 5.7-liter Hemi V8, churning out 363 horsepower in this application.

So, is this the most luxurious Chrysler flagship ever? Judge for yourself in our high-res image galleries below.



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All-new 2012 Chrysler 300C Executive Series

Designed to be the most luxurious Chrysler flagship sedan ever, the all-new Chrysler 300C Executive Series combines ultra-premium leather – once limited to some of the most exotic Italian luxury cars – with world-class refinement and handling, state-of-the-art safety and connectivity features and the legendary 363 horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine with Fuel Saver Technology.

"For us, it's not only about making the all-new Chrysler 300C great for a segment, it's about tailoring it for an individual . . . the businessman . . . the outperformer . . . the trendsetter," added Francois. "The 2012 Chrysler 300C Executive Series makes a statement with all of its appointments and contrasts. With hand-sanded real wood accents, hand-stitched Italian leather dash, two-tone ultra-soft Nappa leather seats, uniquely polished 20-inch wheels and state-of-the-art Uconnect Touch – our flagship provides passengers with the sense of pure old-school craftsmanship combined with innovative technology."

Exclusive features found on the Chrysler 300C Executive Series interior include either Mochachino or Black Poltrona Frau "Foligno" leather-wrapped instrument panel, cluster brow, center console side panels and upper front- and rear-door panels. Premium Nappa leather covers the door armrest, bolster and center console armrest. Two-tone Mochachino or Black seats are wrapped exclusively in supple Nappa leather and include 12-way power-adjustable driver and front-passenger seats (including four-way power lumbar) with two-mode ventilation and two-mode heated seats for both front and rear passengers. Specially selected Natural Pore Mocha or Pore Gray real wood trim is finished in a low-gloss to enhance the beauty of the wood.

On the exterior, the Chrysler luxury flagship replaces chromed fascia, mirror and door handle accents with a unique platinum chrome finish for an even more upscale look. Topping off the unique exterior is a platinum-chrome finished grille surround with platinum-chrome sculpted grille blades for a truly distinctive appearance (late availability).

Premium interior amenities within the Chrysler 300C Executive Series model include the state-of-the-art Uconnect Touch 8.4N with Garmin® navigation, SIRIUS Traffic and SIRIUS Travel Link, 160-mph LED-illuminated instrument cluster with driver-selectable color EVIC, heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, power tilt and telescoping steering column with memory, power-adjustable pedals with memory, power backlight sunshade, premium 18-ounce berber floor mats with nubuck trim, satin chrome lower door sills with "Chrysler" logo, dual heated/cooled cup holders, ambient lit foot well lighting, LED illuminated interior door handles and front and rear map pockets, premium carpeted trunk mat, HomeLink universal transceiver and power-folding chromed exterior mirrors with memory, auto-dimming and auto-tilt in Reverse.

Available in rear-wheel drive or with the segment's most advance AWD system, the 2012 Chrysler 300C Executive Series models arrive at Chrysler dealerships in the fall of 2011.


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      TriShield
      • 4 Years Ago
      That car right there is already more luxurious and properly motivated than anything Cadillac makes, sans the Escalade Platinum and you'll be paying nearly 90k for one of those. It looks like Chrysler now makes the most luxurious American car money can buy.
      Mallthus
      • 4 Years Ago
      Anyone notice that the driver display is running in German? Accident or subliminal messaging?
      chisss001
      • 4 Years Ago
      Ugh... I can see it's gonna be a pain in the ass to clean the bugs off that grille! lol Otherswise it looks good!
      Vaggeli
      • 4 Years Ago
      this is the spec of the lancia version of the car. I guess chrysler wanted the nicer trim too
      jeep02tj
      • 4 Years Ago
      wow... leather trim dash. nice job on the interior Chrysler.
        Blake
        • 4 Years Ago
        @jeep02tj
        I HATE the new system. I would hate it less if I could just use my old avatar instead of the handful of lame ones that AOL makes you pick from.
          Jim
          • 4 Years Ago
          @Blake
          at least posts consistently show up now. I'll put up with pretty much anything else just to have that.
        jeep02tj
        • 4 Years Ago
        @jeep02tj
        double post... I'm not liking this new comment system.
      VladdyTrout
      • 4 Years Ago
      But to be positive is at least Chrysler is trying and that's a good thing now that the Town Car is DOA.
      Jdemonto
      • 4 Years Ago
      This car is P.I.M.P. in a highend kind of way!
      jeep02tj
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow... leather trim dash. Nice job Chrysler.
      dystroglycan
      • 4 Years Ago
      "the chrome fascia, mirror and door handle accents have been replaced with a platinum finish" Whaaaat?!?! I want this!
      Finklestein
      • 4 Years Ago
      Complete with doo-rag compartment and a voucher for $200 off a set of 30" chrome wheels
      jessesrq
      • 4 Years Ago
      No matter how much leather they wrap around that interior, it cannot improve the cheap looking black plastic panel housing the center vents and nav screen. Other manufacturers just to it better. It is too bad, since the rest of the interior is fairly well resolved.
        Jim
        • 4 Years Ago
        @jessesrq
        if you want a car that has an interior with no visible plastic surfaces, you're not going to be paying less than $200,000. Sorry bub, but Benz, BMW, Audi, Hyundai (even in the Equus) all have plastic trim on the center stack, and frequently it's black.
      scocrmch
      • 4 Years Ago
      bwahahahaha....
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