The Americans from Chrysler introduced at this year’s edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show a concept version based on the current 300S model. Named Chrysler 300S 426, the model is the result of a partnership between the car manufacturer and Mopar, a prototype featuring a 7.0-liter HEMI V8 engine. Chrysler released no performance details but most likely the HEMI V8 engine develops somewhere around 550 horses.

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

“Right now we’re trying to see what the reaction is going be at the show and hopefully people will like it and appreciate what it delivers and we have great hopes that it will be available soon via Mopar,” said Chrysler CEO, Saad Chehab.

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

Therefore, Chrysler wants to see the reaction of the public hoping to introduce this powerful model into series production. At the exterior, the Chrysler 300S 426 features some aesthetic tweaks such as a new hood, larger alloy wheels and tinted windows.

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

Chrysler 300S 426 concept

You can also get a closer look at the handsome concept developed by Chrysler by watching the video below, footage shot at Chrysler’s stand at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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  1. chillout said :
    February 15, 2012 at 6:22 am

    This is soo tacky, cheap car big engine. Typical American manufacture……. A little plastic, a little rubber, a little imitation Audi r8, a little scoffing, and a bit of steroids in the engine……
    Go back to the drawing board and bring America something “Authentic!” This is bootlegged, knock off and very immature!

  2. chillout said :
    February 15, 2012 at 6:23 am

    Oh and Audi should not be your idol. Fake Audi a8….

  3. Tazz said :
    February 21, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Please…How exactly is a 300C an imitation Audi due to headlights? Snap out of it dude. A big engine with a cheap car is authentic American.

    The Eurotrash car always tout their interiors and ream out their customers on maintenance, parts, and labor. Being able to afford the vehicle past the free warranty period is worth a lot to the average car owner. Who now owns their car for 10 years.

    We bought a Magnum RT in 2005. And it still runs great without killing us in regular maintenance after our full ride warranty.

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