DETROIT – At first glance, Chrysler’s new 300C concept, which will closely resemble the production vehicle to debut in 2004, looks more suited to take on the likes of a Lincoln Town Car or Cadillac DeVille than a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or BMW 7-Series. Chrysler 300C concept. That’s a clear departure from the previous letter series car, the 300M, which was added to the Chrysler line to give the brand a vehicle that could take on the Europeans in the luxury market. With the new ...
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