The shooters at KGP Photography just got their first look at the facelifted Chrysler 300, reportedly due to make its official debut at November's Los Angeles Auto Show.
The new 300 shows signs of overhauled headlight units and what promises to be a bold new grille. The grille texture can be seen through the camouflage, and it appears to be a thorough departure from Chrysler's current corporate grille that still populates the majority of its model range. The grille's new pattern is enhanced with Chrysler's winged logo, which now appears to be floating in the upper regions of the grille opening. A new bumper with new lower air intakes and new fog lamps round out the changes to the 300's front fascia.
Out back, revised taillights are clearly in play, along with a new rear bumper design with new, integrated exhaust tips doing away with the twin round tips found on the current model.
The attractive new wheels have a black-out character to them, as does the grille. While this could be an effort to serve as some sort of camouflage, the effect looks quite production-ready, so this may be something like the trim that will be applied to the updated Chrysler 300S.
A revised interior is also part of the new 300's makeover. The area containing the center stack's readout looks similar to the current model, but the new 300's center-stack button array is taken from the recently unveiled ’15 Dodge Charger.
Photo credit: KGP Photography