Essentially a facelifted Sebring, the 200 Convertible features refined styling and a new 3.6-liter engine.

Chrysler has officially unveiled the 200 Convertible at the Chicago Auto Show.

Essentially a facelifted Sebring, the 200 features refined styling which is highlighted by new bumpers, a revised grille, restyled headlights, and LED taillights. As before, the model will be offered with a traditional soft top and an optional folding metal roof.

To spruce up the interior, designers added a new steering wheel, a revised instrument cluster, soft-touch plastics and silver-painted trim. Other updates include improved seats, ambient interior lighting, and an available 30GB infotainment system with SIRIUS Travel Link.

Under the hood, two engines will be available. The entry-level 2.4-liter four-cylinder produces 173 hp (129 kW / 175 PS) and 166 lb-ft (225 Nm) of torque, while the 3.6-liter V6 cranks out 283 hp (211 kW / 287 PS) and 260 lb-ft (353 Nm) of torque. Regardless of what powertrain is selected, both are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The Chrysler 200 Convertible will start arriving at dealerships in spring with a base price of $27,195.

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