The North American car maker has introduced a new V6 option to their Chrysler 300 range, and in this case the car will be called the Luxury Series and will join the other range topping versions meaning the 300C / 300S Executive Series and the also new 300C Luxury Series.
The 2012 Chrysler 300 Luxury Edition starts at 40,145 USD and generates 292 horses from a 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 which shreds the rear tires via an 8-speed automatic transmission. Those who prefer the all-wheel-drive platform will have to pay an additional 2,350 USD, while those looking for something a bit more powerful there is the 300C Luxury Series which starts at either 42,895 USD or 45,245 USD, depending if its RWD or AWD, and delivers 363 HP from its 5.7-liter HEMI V8.
The new Luxury Edition Chrysler 300 will go on sale in February, and apart from the two engine options, this particular version will also feature a Premium Nappa leather interior treatment, 12 way adjustable front seats which also include cooling and heating functions front and rear, Natural Pore Mocha wood trim and a 8.4-inch touchscreen part of the infotainment and navigation systems.
Unique touches are also visible at the exterior where the Luxury Edition features various platinum chrome accents as well as polished wheels ranging from 19 to 20 inch in size.

Source: Chrysler