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.
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