The 2012 Chrysler 300
Luxury Looks Good
Design with purpose lights the way in the 2012 Chrysler 300. The jeweled C-shaped LEDs give the 300 a distinctive, confident look, previously only seen in European luxury cars. Available in the Chrysler 300 Limited and 300 C, Bi-Xenon HID headlamps also provide a confident look at the road ahead, producing three times more light than halogen headlamps.
The headlights are also part of our available Adaptive Forward Lighting (AFL) system. This technology automatically turns the headlamps in the direction you're steering, giving you improved nighttime driving visibility. It also computes your speed and steering wheel angle to determine headlamp projection — straight ahead, 7 inches inward, and 18 inches outward. For better visibility on sloping paths, the AFL system incorporates an automatic leveling feature, which aligns your vehicle-to-road pitch.
Old Detroit Soul. Reincarnated.
Classic design has been redefined in a way only Detroit could imagine. An integrated rear spoiler pays homage to its tail-finned 1950s predecessors. A raked-back windshield and forward leaning fascia create improved aerodynamics with an aggressive stance. And tailored finishes of the iconic grille, LED headlamps and taillamps give the Chrysler 300 a look unlike any other.
True beauty comes from within.
Every detail in the Chrysler 300 is designed to steer you towards refinement. Premium finishes and soft-touch materials give dramatic depth to every surface. Inventive technology flourishes throughout the cabin and keeps you connected and comfortable. The acoustic properties of the cabin reduce outside noise and increase interior peace.
And while we loaded a wealth of features into the interior redesign, we still found room to give it 50.7 cubic feet of rear seat volume. It's all in an effort to make being inside the 300 as beautiful an experience as looking at one.
This is the True Gauge of Luxury.
The instrument panel in the Chrysler 300 celebrates classic American design, with LED-backlit gauges both casting a sapphire-blue glow and adding clarity to readouts. Satin chrome and chrome trim highlight the instrument clusters on the dashboard. Even the analog clock echoes the shape of the grille.
Silenced Road Noise.
Music to Your Ears.
With a laminated acoustic windshield, fiber acoustic wheel liners, and two full-length acoustic underbody closeouts, the only thing that's been muted in the redesign of the Chrysler 300 is the distraction of road noise.
Designed to Give you the Moon.
And Sun. And Stars.
Optional in the Chrysler 300 Limited and 300C, the dual-pane sunroof system covers 70 percent of the roof — and uncovers more of what's above.
Design that Even Keeps Your
Available in the Chrysler 300 Limited and standard in the 300C — specially-designed heated and cooled cup holders make sure your drinks are as comfy as you are.