Chrysler just unveiled the 2015 300 but new details are starting to emerge about the next-generation model.

Chrysler just unveiled the 2015 300 but new details are starting to emerge about the next-generation model.

Speaking to Car Advice, Chrysler's Senior Vice President of Design suggested increasing fuel economy standards could impact the styling of the next-generation 300. However, Ralph Gilles went on to say “In form or shape, the car’s always going to have its own aesthetic – I don’t think this car will ever try to emulate anybody else." The designer also said he would push his team to figure out how to keep the trademark styling rather than giving up and going with something more aerodynamic.

Little else is known about the car but the company's five-year plan revealed it is scheduled to be launched in 2018.

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