Chrysler revealed the 300C on September 13 at 6 PM ET, and following its reveal, a dedicated page on the company’s website went live. Allowing people interested to claim one. All it took was 12 hours for Chrysler to get all 2,200 units of the special edition car ordered up. And that link on the Chrysler site is still up and running even though all reservations have been met, but people can now sign up for a car by putting their name on a waiting list in hopes that a spot will open up.
As it stands, 2,000 units of the new Chrysler 300C will be destined for the United States, and the other 200 units for Canada.
Chrysler 300C: Details
The car is offered in Velvet Red, Gloss Black, and Bright White, with red Brembo brake calipers and a new tri-color 300C badge. The 300C serves as the full-size sedan’s final sendoff as it will be retired after the 2023 model year. The cost of this high-performance version is $55,000 before destination fees. Customers can expect deliveries to start arriving next spring.
Though it has significantly less power, the non-C model is still available for the final year virtually unchanged. However, the Touring trim level can now be optionally equipped with the SafeyTex Plus Group.
The 2023 Chrysler 300C is a proper sendoff to an icon that can be traced back to 2005. this 485 horspower, 6.4L Hemi V8 Scat Pack in a suit can reach 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and completes the quarter mile in 12.4 seconds before maxing out at 160 mph. All that power is sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.