The 300S features styling and an eight-speed automatic transmission, while the 300C Executive Series has an exclusive interior.

Chrysler has unveiled the 300S and 300C Executive Series at the New York Auto Show.

First up, the 300S is distinguished by a black chrome grille, tinted headlights, a revised suspension and 20-inch aluminum wheels. Inside, there's leather upholstery, piano black trim, faux carbon fiber accents, and a 10-speaker Beats audio system.

More interestingly, the 300S V6 is the first Chrysler product to be offered with an eight-speed automatic transmission. However, if you opt for all-wheel drive or the 5.7-liter HEMI V8, you're stuck with the five-speed automatic.

For the 300C Executive Series, designers added a mesh grille and platinum chrome exterior accents. Despite the minor styling changes, the cabin has been significantly improved thanks to a Frau "Foligno" leather-wrapped dashboard, Nappa leather seats, and hand-sanded wood trim.

No word on pricing, but both models will start arriving at U.S. dealerships later this year.

Gallery: 2012 Chrysler 300S & 300C Executive Series unveiled in New York