Stellantis’s wild-card brand, Chrysler is back at again with its famous 300 sedan. While the height of the car’s popularity seems long gone, for some reason the automaker sees enough potential to bring it back for another model year. As stated by MotorInsiders report, the 2022 Chrysler 300 will still be made available but with fewer options for customization, which mirrors the strategy already used for its current model year.
However, it is important to know that it’s not too late to purchase the 2021 300 sedan, as not only is this vehicle still available, the company is making its last calls to its dealerships to order this year’s model examples before the end of production in December. Although there aren’t any official details about the following model just yet, the Motor site is reporting limited options for personalizations.
That being said, for those who want to paint their hot rod with either Amethyst and Canyon Sunset, you won’t have much time left, since these particular options are set to be eliminated for the upcoming 300 car, making it your last chance to get a hold on certain options. In 2020, Chrysler halted the sale of the Ocean Blue Metallic in this same manner, and we’re sure that it won’t make a comeback for 2022.
One shouldn’t see it too much as a surprise of the changes that the Chrysler company is doing, as they’ve already converted their Voyager minivan to a fleet vehicle, and they are also pushing to create electrified platforms. In fact, they recently revealed a concept SUV in July for Electric Vehicle Day. It’s also putting together 4 EV platforms with the names: STLA Small, STLA Medium, STLA Large, and STLA Frame. Commenting on these platforms, CEO of the Stellantis company, Carlos Tavares said “This is a wonderful opportunity to reset the clock and start a new race,”
There are even more options that we won’t see for the upcoming 2022 model year, which involve the 95$ Radar Red interior combination, along with the no-cost Black Smoke blend. On top of this, the Driver Convenience Group package, which includes 18-inch wheels, LED fog lamps, a remote start system, and a universal garage door opener will not be returning, together with the Chrome Appearance Package.
To be more specific, potential buyers will have until the end of this month to order a 2021 Chrysler 300 sedan, including any of the colors or packages that come with the car. These models will be produced by the end of December. Chrysler dealerships should be accepting orders for the 2022 model, as production is set to start before the end of this year. The 2022 300 models will then arrive at dealerships by the beginning of next year.
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