Chrysler will inject its 300 sedan with a little more soul at the 2013 NAIAS.
Harkening back to Detroit's musical roots, Chrysler will unveil a new 300 Motown Edition at the 2013 North American International Auto Show.
Based on the 300 V6 equipped with Chrysler's new eight-speed automatic transmission, the Motown Edition adds chrome accents on the car's front and rear fascias, door mirror caps and door handles. The package also includes a unique Mopar front grille and 20-inch polished "heritage" design aluminum wheels.
The 300 Motown Edition can be had in four colors - Bright White, Gloss Black, Deep Cherry Red and new Jazz Blue.
Inside the 300 Motown Edition boasts Pearl White Nappa leather upholstery with black piping and accent stripes on the seats, as well as Piano Black and Black Olive Ash wood accents throughout the cabin.
Paying homage to its name, the Motown Edition also comes with 100 tracks from original Motown recording artists loaded on its Uconnect 8.4's SD card reader.
The 2013 300 Motown Edition is scheduled to hit dealer lots next spring with a price of $32,995, excluding a $995 destination charge.