Designed with a "Detroit-tough attitude," the model has a Phantom Black tri-coat exterior with a black chrome grille and titanium accents. The car has also been equipped with tinted taillights, a dual exhaust system and 19- or 20-inch cast-aluminum wheels.
The cabin comes nicely equipped with Pewter Metallic leather seats, Poltrona Frau black leather accents and Diesel Gray contrast stitching. There's also a heated steering wheel, Charcoal Hydrographic Wood / Gloss Black trim and a revised gauges with pearlescent white faces and charcoal black metallic bezels.
Under the hood, two different engines are available. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 produces 292 bhp (217 kW), while the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 develops 363 bhp (270 kW).
The 2014 Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Limited Edition will be priced from $44,480 while the newly optional all-wheel drive variant starts at $46,980 (both excluding a $995 destination fee).
As a refresher, Chrysler and John Varvatos have previously teamed up to create two other special editions. They drew cues from the designer's extensive range of accessories that includes everything from footwear to men’s fragrances.
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