The Chrysler Brand Stays 6 Feet Away As They Collaborate With Actress Kathryn Hahn For Their New Social Campaign

 

The Chrysler company teams up with actress Kathryn Hahn yet again to promote their famous Chrysler Pacifica in a new social video campaign dubbed “Pacifica Mom On Quarantine”. In the video, the well-known comedic actress makes the Chrysler Pacifica her getaway of sorts from her kids and shares with us her inaccurate but somewhat relatable-confessional of her daily life as a mom, specifically while in quarantine. At some point Hahn mentions that she’ll have to wear pants again, to which eventually the commercial ends with the message saying “Ready For What’s Next, Even If You’re Not”.

Obviously, during the pandemic, it might be difficult for some companies to create content of any sort while maintaining a safe distance or creating necessary safety precautions, but as usual, the Chrysler brand had quite a few tricks up its sleeve.

“In a time when social distancing practices have become the new normal, Chrysler brand and Hahn had to take a challenging approach during production of our most recent collaboration,” said Olivier Francois, Chief Marketing Officer, FCA. “Given our production’s top priority was to ensure the health and safety of all involved during the one-day production, we filmed entirely on an iPhone equipped with a remote feed inside the Chrysler Pacifica, and Kathryn worked on set with a small crew of two and relied on a tablet inside the vehicle to allow for directional feedback.”

Needless to say, this is quite an impressive and creative solution to create content for the company while still being able to maintain a strong level of safety and security for everyone involved.

Here are some safety precautions shared with us by the FCA:

 

  • Plenty of safety measures at the ready, such as with the crew wearing masks, gloves, disinfecting the equipment and the vehicle.
  • There were only two crew members present at the Los Angeles location with actress Kathyrn Hahn.
  • The technological direction set up small lights and locked the camera, otherwise known as camera framing, and then withdrew from that area at a safe distance when Kathryn arrived onto “set”.
  • The video technician manager collaborated with the Chrysler brand team and their creative agency, in Detroit by a remote feed, utilizing a “virtual chat room” and allowing them to see the takes and provide any necessary direction or feedback. This enabled Hahn to communicate visually and audibly with the team after her takes with a tablet, and also make certain that Hahn, the agency and clients were happy with the takes.
  • The camera was equipped with iPhones and technology for a remote feed.
  • The production occurred at a private residence with occupants staying away from during the duration of the shoot.

 

As you can see, Chrysler still lives up to its reputation by prioritizing the safety of others, especially families. Its prized possession, the Chrysler Pacifica, provides an exceptional amount of usefulness, changeability, technology, and innovative styling to add peace of mind while driving.

The Chrysler company made this campaign in partnership with its creative agency Doner.

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At Miami Lakes Automall, we sell plenty of cars that are family-friendly and have the latest features, more specifically 2020 Chrysler Pacifica vehicles. Those who are interested in any of our models can take a look at our Chrysler inventory via our website and chat with an online representative for assistance.

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The 2020 Chrysler 300 Model Proves It’s Still Here To Say With It’s New Chrome Package

 

Chrysler 300 Fancy New Do

Despite what the haters say, the future is looking very promising for the Chrysler 300 model. After being on sale since 2011, idle chat about the company’s current generation’s luxury sedan pushed into the social stratosphere. The topic regarding whether or not its production would come to an end since the demand for SUVs rather than sedans has been going down was repeatedly discussed on troll blog sites. In spite of this, the 300 still isn’t going down without a fight, a (more resourceful) automobile blog site, Mopar Insider recently reported that the company has updated this year’s 300C model with a new chrome appearance package that adds even more razzle-dazzle.

This new package is only accessible for the 2020 Chrysler 300 Touring-L model and adds a platinum chrome grille and chrome trim for the sedan’s wing logo as well as 300″ badges and mirror caps, and chrome 20-inch aluminum wheels.

This new outfit will stand-in for the unaided 20-inch wheel upgrade on Touring-L rear-wheel-drive models, but will not be accessible for AWD versions.

In North America, orders for the Touring-L Chrome Appearance Package are already underway and for the additional price of $995. This cost is added on with the $30,040 base price. Squeezing between the introductory-level Touring and 300S trims, the 300 Touring-L is energized by a 3.6-liter V6 that provides the sedan with a fast-paced 292 horsepower and 260 lb-ft to the end wheels with 8-speed automatic transmission.

Buyers have the option to include all-wheel-drive and get an even more spectacular 5.7-liter V8 engine that zooms off at 363 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque, this is accessible for the 300S and gifted as a standard for the 300C model.

Additionally, Chrysler released a sport appearance package in 2019 for the 300C model, it added some design features from the hypersonic 485 horsepower Chrysler 300 SRT. Without question, this new appearance package proves that this ol’ crooner still has some pep in its step. Last year, Steve Beahm, the previous head of FCA suggested that the company still believed that the 300 sedan had more to offer. “You know, in terms of its (sales) performance, it’s doing great,” he said. “We like where it’s positioned; it provides great value. It’s a lot of car for the money.” So there you have it. It ain’t over till the fat lady sings!

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Without a shout of a doubt, the Chrysler 300 is still a strong player in the automotive market. Based on the overall look, this car might be recommended to drivers who like a bit more of a traditional look and feel, though it can still drive better than a lot of other vehicles in its segment.

It is also recommended to buy this cool cruiser from Miami Lakes Automall. We sell lots of family-friendly Chrysler vehicles, including its Chrysler 300 model and for an incredibly economical price of about $35,000. Visit our online inventory on our Chrysler dealership website and chat with a virtual representative for more assistance.

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Three Ways That The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Smartened Up!

 

The Chrysler Pacifica has quite the reputation as an all-capable minivan, and just when you thought that it reached its peak, three new incredible upgrades have when made thanks to the adding of the Launch Edition. These new improvements provide better handling and infotainment, which proves to be very valuable for families who pretty much live in their car. Here’s Are Three Ways That The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Smartened Up!

2020 Chrysler Pacifica Launch Gives Us AWD

The 2020 Chrysler Launch brings on the most developed all-wheel-drive system in its class, making it the first since 2004. This new additive will be coming to dealerships in the third quarter of this year, but those who are interested can order it now. 

Shoppers who opt for AWD will have far better control of their vehicle because if a driver were to lose traction in his or her wheels, the system will move all of its available engine torque to the wheels that provide the most traction. This type of drive is particularly important in dangerous weather conditions, such as heavy snow or rain. Alternatively, driving on difficult pavements or off-road terrain, even in relatively pleasant driving conditions would benefit greatly from the AWD. As previously stated, although Chrysler made the decision to make the AWD system a tangible choice early, despite the fact that it was likely meant for the 2021 Pacifica model first.

“Reaction was overwhelmingly positive when we announced that the new 2021 Chrysler Pacifica will offer AWD capability. We know there is demand for AWD capability along with Stow ‘n Go seating, and the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition allows us to get our customers the all-weather capability they want even sooner,” said Tim Kuniskis, Global Head of Alfa Romeo and Head of Passenger Cars – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America. “The Pacifica offers families solutions and with the 2020 Pacifica AWD Launch Edition, we’re delivering the most advanced system in its class, and one that engages without any driver input, to help owners get where they want to go in any type of weather.”

The AWD System Is Only There When You Need It

Another perk about the AWD system is that its faultless fusing into the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Launch Edition is made to where it can disengage seamlessly when it is not needed. This knack of automatically turning off its system is saved just for the minivan segment. Not only does this ability better the vehicle’s overall effectiveness but it also improves its fuel economy.

Increased Size On Infotainment Screen

A Pacifica simply isn’t a Pacifica without its infotainment features, however, with the 2020 AWD Launch Edition, available specifically on the Pacifica Touring L model, this package comes with the adding of an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen, which provides ease for the driver while he or she is using the infotainment. Extra goodies that are also offered include optional packages like Uconnect Navigation, Uconnect Theater, Advanced SafetyTec, a tri-pane panoramic sunroof, trailer tow, KeySense, and a premium package. U.S. manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the Launch Edition goes for about $40,240, not including destination fees.

The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition is geared with the same system as that of the remolded 2021 Chrysler Pacifica, which should be available in the latter part of this year.

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At Miami Lakes Automall, we sell plenty of cars that are family-friendly and have the latest features, more specifically 2020 Chrysler Pacifica vehicles. Those who are interested in any of our models can take a look at our Chrysler inventory via our website and chat with an online representative for assistance.

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The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Gets An Extra Pair Of Kicks With It’s New AWD

 

The latest 2021 Chrysler Pacifica is taking the minivan world by storm by providing all-wheel-drive (AWD) superpowers. Soccer moms…and dads everywhere will get to enjoy a more stylish and refined look, as well as a plethora of standard safety features once it finally reaches our dealerships by the fourth quarter of this year. Luckily, those who are anticipating AWD won’t have to wait much longer. Dealerships will now be able to request the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition, which is proficient in tackling roads for any season and is fully automatic, as an available feature of this year’s Pacifica.

“Reaction was overwhelmingly positive when we announced that the new 2021 Chrysler Pacifica will offer AWD capability. We know there is demand for AWD capability along with Stow ‘n Go seating, and the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition allows us to get our customers the all-weather capability they want even sooner,” said Tim Kuniskis, Global Head of Alfa Romeo and Head of Passenger Cars – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America. “The Pacifica offers families solutions and with the 2020 Pacifica AWD Launch Edition, we’re delivering the most advanced system in its class, and one that engages without any driver input, to help owners get where they want to go in any type of weather.”

The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition, specifically saved for the Touring L trim, is armed with the same AWD that drivers can opt for on the all-new 2021 Pacifica. The Pacifica model is the only car to match-up AWD with class-exclusive Stow’n Go seating, as well as the only car in its segment that has the ability to shift all of the offered torque to the rear wheels or whatever wheels to provide more traction. This system also has great detection and sensory abilities, which will stop the driveshaft from spinning when the AWD is not necessary, promoting effectiveness.

Chrysler’s AWD Launch Edition for 2020 comes in S Appearance, which comes with a Black Noise AWD badge and even a Black Noise Pacifica and Chrysler wing badging, it also rolls on enhanced 18-inch wheels in the new “Foreshadow” finish. The headlamp edges, grille surrounds, rear valance and daylight opening (DLO) are coated with a beautiful Gloss Black color.

The fully-black S Appearance for the interior is improved with McKinley leather seats edged with Light Diesel Grey stitching and an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen radio. Brushed metal hydro bezels make for a great addition to interior accents. There are also impressive optional gadgets and packages like Uconnect Navigation, Uconnect Theater, Advanced SafetyTec, a tri-pane panoramic sunroof, trailer tow, KeySense and the Premium Group package.

The 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD Launch Edition is now accessible for both North American and Canadian dealerships. The U.S. manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) is $40,240, (not including destination fees), and also comes with the AWD Launch Edition package, with an MSRP of 3,095. 

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At Miami Lakes Automall, we sell plenty of cars that are family-friendly and have the latest features, more specifically 2020 Chrysler Pacifica vehicles. Those who are interested in any of our models can take a look at our Chrysler inventory via our website and chat with an online representative for assistance.

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2020 Chrysler 300 Highlights

Chrysler 300 New Marvels

The Chrysler is often known for its award-winning family-friendly features in its Pacifica minivans, but one shouldn’t overlook its full-size luxury sedan, the Chrysler 300. This particular model has been around through different generations and variants since 2005 and in spite of what previous reports that this ol’ crooner is putting in for its retirement, guess again!

Slowly but surely, Chrysler is still adding on new features, both design-wise and technological. For starters, the company added three new colors for the car’s athletic body, which are Canyon Sunset, Frostbite, and Amethyst. Moreover, our blog reported in March that Chrysler is adding on a Red S Appearance Package, in which owners would be offered new colors, prices, and package options. Notably, the accessories have darkened bits from the Sport Appearance Pack, which even makes way for a truly remarkable Red Radar interior, though of course with an additional cost. According to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) “the 300 lineup offers segment-exclusive features and advanced technology at the driver’s fingertips.” 

Moving on to the 300’s slew of premier tech features, the large sedan encompasses the highlighting Uconnect 4C infotainment system. It features an 8.4-inch touchscreen display, the largest in the division. It also includes standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay abilities.

Other standard features of this year’s Chrysler 300 model include an 8-speed TorqueFlite transmission, which is available throughout all trims. Shoppers can select all-wheel-drive powertrains supplied with added front-axle disconnect, as well as a V8 engine as an upgrade. This powerful V8 engine boosts 383 horsepower with 394 lb-ft of torque, providing an energetic ride of a lifetime.

Unfortunately, “America’s big and bold sedan” skims out the more capable 5.7-liter HEMI engine that is typically made ready as an optional engine for the 300 from coast to coast, except of course if you’re lucky enough to live in the U.S. However, one shouldn’t fret too much if the HEMI engine isn’t available to them, as the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 is standard and very capable with 292 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. Another plus is the unbeatable 19 city/30 highway fuel economy that makes the Chrysler 300 the one to beat!

Here The Latest Features To Look Out For:

  • The Red S Appearance Package, which includes 20-inch Black Noise wheels, a Red insert located on the Chrysler wing badge, and Black Noise exterior badges.
  • A wild mixture of over 80 safety and defense features like Rear Cross Path detection, Blind-Spot Monitoring, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist and more.

Other newborn additions in the Chrysler sedan include the SRT Performance Appearance Package. This optional package adds on a performance-aimed front fascia and new side sills for a sexy wicked twist. It also includes LED fog lights for an added cost of $695, which can be offered on the 2019 300C trim. Despite the package being established on other SRT goodies, the 300 lineup will not include the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine. With many automotive critics discounting the Chrysler 300, we can see why the company is making great strides to deck out the vehicle’s overall design and capabilities. For now, we’ll have to wait and see if the Chrysler 300 can truly stand the test of time.

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In the meantime, Miami Lakes Automall is currently selling the full-sized 300 hunk for a price of around $40,000, (plus destination fee). We also sell plenty of high-quality cars similar to that of Chrysler’s cherished sedan and always for an affordable price. Those who are interested in any of our models can visit our online new car inventory on our dealership website and chat with an online representative for further assistance.

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