Mopar, a kind of HSV/performance parts and accessories specialist for Chrysler vehicles, has announced it will preview a modified version of the Chrysler 200 at the North American International Auto Show next week. Called the Chrysler 200 Super S, the car will be dressed in fashionable yet modest cosmetic upgrades.
Although this is just a rendering, it doesn't look too bad for a Chrysler and these parts are reportedly going to be available for the 200 very soon. It features tasteful, almost European styling tweaks such as dark paint work - Black and Tungsten - with matching shadow 19in wheels. There's also a gloss black front fascia including the grille and surrounds, as well as a discreetly recessed badge.
Mopar will also fit a subtle bodykit in the form of a black front chin spoiler, aero sill extensions and a small rear deck lip spoiler. The bonnet is completely changed and gets its own set of vents as well.
As far as engine performance modifications go, this has none. Mopar said it chose to enhance the styling of the already-sleek design of the Chrysler 200 with modest cosmetic revisions without destroying the 200's user-friendly characteristics.
Other bespoke Mopar bits that will soon be available for the Chrysler 200 include lowered sports suspension, a chrome exhaust tip and Katzkin leather seats.
We'll provide more images upon the car's debut at the Detroit Auto Show, commencing January 10.