Chrysler 300C will hit the Chinese car market on June 25

Published on May 30, 2012 by W.E. Ning

Chrysler 300C China

The Chrysler 300C will be launched on the Chinese car market on June 25 and that is a little later than we heard earlier. The 300C debuted with some noise on the Beijing Auto Show last month, Chrysler hopes to cash in on the still growing market for luxury sedans.

Chrysler 300C China

The old Chrysler 300C was made in China, alongside the Sebring, by the Beijing-Chrysler joint venture which died in 2009. The new 300C will be imported which will make it some 25% more expensive than locally made competition from Audi, Benz, BMW and Volvo. Price will start around 500.000 yuan. Fiat has currently no plans to make the 300C in China. Chrysler will strangely only offer the 3.6 V6 while Chinese luxury car buyers would be very happy with the massive V8.

Via: Autohome.


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  1. dragin- May 30, 2012 Reply

    This front end is definitely an FAW Hongqi knockoff. Chrysler took that vertical bar grille and just turned it sideways. Shameful.

  2. Hemidakota- May 30, 2012 Reply

    Too bad that is not correct. More like FAW took the grill from Chrysler since it is already been patent a few years ago. At least research out before making a simple mistake like this.

  3. Gustavo Miranda- June 8, 2012 Reply

    Today is hard to say who’s copying who, almost all carmakers have been making cars very seemed to each other, something you think is new later end up noticed it already was made in the past. Its like the revolutionary Ford Mondeo ’97 and the earlier Mazda Lantis sedan, Citroën C4 VTS x Mazda 323C, etc…

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