Apart from the Moparized Dodge Dart and Fiat 500, Chrysler’s parts and service arm will also unveil a special edition Chrysler 300 at this year’s Chicago Auto Show.
Badged as the Mopar ’12 300, the car is described as a "performance tribute to celebrate Mopar’s 75th anniversary", and will be distinguished by its blacked-out appearance gained after receiving a Black Chrome seven-bar grille and grille surround, black accented headlamp bezels and fascia accents and 20-inch forged-aluminium wheels painted in Gloss Black.
The Mopar Chrysler 300 also features unique badging, a track-tuned suspension, P245/45R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 three-season tires and high-performance brake linings mounted to dual-piston front and single-piston rear calipers.
On the inside the Mopar ’12 300 received Katzkin perforated leather seats, blue accent stitching, a thick-rimmed steering wheel with die-cast paddle shifters, unique sill plates, various matte carbon accents and Piano Black trim.  
The engine inside the Mopar ’12 300 is a 5.7-litre HEMI V-8 producing 363 HP via a 5-speed W5A580 automatic transmission which has been adjusted for faster acceleration and has a final gear ratio of 3.91:1 instead of 3.06:1. The car is expected to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in little over 5.0 seconds, and its price will start at 49,700 USD.
Availability will start this summer.

Source: Chrysler