StarTech will be using the Geneva Auto Show to debut their new styling program for the recently updated Chrysler 300C sedan and wagon.

StarTech will be using the Geneva Auto Show to debut their new styling program for the recently updated Chrysler 300C sedan and wagon.

Exterior styling differences include a new front spoiler with daytime running lights, special StarTech chrome grille, LED entry lights which activate via the keyfob or when a door is opened, an integrated spoiler for the sedan, and dual oval exhaust tips. StarTech also adds custom polished five spoke wheels available in either 20 or 22-inches. A variety of sport springs and rear shocks are offered, overall they average a 40 millimeter drop in ride height. The new equipment gives the 300C agile handling while maintaining ride quality.

3.0L turbodiesel models can be outfitted with a performance tuning kit, which can be installed by a Chrysler dealer in less than an hour. The SD6 kit increases power to 262 hp and 193 kW compared to the 218 hp and 160 kW produced by a non-tuned engine. The 0-62 mph time for the tuned 300C sedan is 7.2 seconds while the wagon takes 7.5 seconds, several tenths of a second quicker then regular turbodiesel models. Top speed increases to 149 mph for the sedan and 145 mph for the wagon.

The interior can be equipped with StarTech illuminated scuff plates, wood trim, a sport steering wheel, aluminum shifter and pedals, or have leather trim applied to the doors and armrest. Customers can also request additional custom tailoring including a full leather interior and different colored interior plastics.

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STARTECH Program for new Generation Chrysler 300C