Chrysler and the automotive lifestyle publication DUB Magazine have joined their forces to create a limited edition package for the Chrysler 300 Touring sedan. Regretfully, the “Touring” part of the name doesn’t mean that the package will be available for their charismatic station wagon: it is just another trim level of the same full-size sedan that sits a little bit higher than the entry-level LX model.
Available this spring at an MSRP of $33,140, the car comes full of chrome details and features a powerful 13-speaker KICKER audio system.
Compared to the original 300 Touring, the limited edition car, Chrysler says in its press release, is delivered with chrome mirror caps, MOPAR honeycomb grille and door handles, and also sports a set of sporty 20-inch aluminum alloy rims that are fitted with 245/45R20 all-season tires (meaning, that if you live in a region with cold climate you’ll have a hard time controlling the vehicle both during summers and winters even despite its sport-tuned suspension, so you will possibly have to buy a pair of sets of third-party rubber).
Inside, you’ll find leather-trimmed seats, leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and a MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System.
The Chrysler 300 Touring DUB Edition comes equipped with a 250 hp 3.5-liter V6 engine mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox with the Auto Stick manual selector.