Sunday, January 8, 2012
Monday, January 2, 2012
At the 2011 Detroit Auto Show Chrysler showed off a Mopar tuned version of the new 200 sedan dubbed Super S. the car featured a new grille, a lowered ride height, and a vented hood among other things. Following the launch of the Standard “S” line Chrysler plans to launch the Super S in Detroit this year, but thankfully this one appears to have left the vents at the Studio. The revised 200 Super S includes new ground effect, Satin chrome trim on the fog lamp housings, Tail light bar, and grille surround, the actual grille is black chrome mesh, like that of its larger stablemate, the 300. Mopar also added Black Chrome badging, new wheels, diffusers, and an integrated spoiler. To make Chrysler’s entry level car a little hotter Mopar threw a few things in under the hood, including a cold air intake, a revised suspension, and a new exhaust system. Perhaps this will help silence a few of the 200’s Critics, I personally think the 200 is a good looking car. This may help sales along a bit, I can’t wait to see this package on the convertible variant, that way it doesn’t have the Sedan’s awkward greenhouse, even though this kit definitely makes it look better proportioned in my opinion.