2014 Chrysler 300 SRT Introduction

Aggressive and functional exterior

An SRT-exclusive front fascia has a modern, yet timeless appearance that is carried through the grille and Chrysler wing badge. The black chrome upper and lower grille surrounds, rear valance strip and SRT-exclusive, Black Vapor Chrome wheels are part of the available Black Chrome Group.

The 2014 300 SRT sits a half-inch lower than non-SRT models and features SRT-exclusive side sill cladding painted in matching body color for the “planted” look of a true sports sedan. Standard wheels are seven-spoke, 20 x 9-inch, fully forged aluminum with polished face and painted sparkle silver. The available fully forged, Black Vapor Chrome aluminum wheels are the same seven-spoke, 20 x 9-inch design.

Exterior colors for 2014 include: Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat, Bright White Clear Coat, Deep Cherry Red Pearl Coat, Gloss Black Clear Coat, Granite Crystal Pearl Coat, Ivory Pearl Tri-coat, Jazz Blue Pearl Coat and Phantom Black Tri-coat Pearl.

The rear includes a unique lower fascia with chrome accent bar, four-inch round dual exhaust tips and a new SRT deck-lid badge that no longer carries the engine cylinder number reference.

Benchmark braking
20-inch by 9-inch forged-aluminum split five-spoke SRT wheels
The new 2014 Satin Vapor Edition of the Chrysler 300 SRT offers 20-inch by 9-inch forged-aluminum split five-spoke wheels with a Black Satin Vapor Chrome finish.

SRT vehicles are well known for their world-class stopping power and the 2014 300 SRT features 14.2 inch (front) and 13.8 inch (rear) vented/slotted rotors with four-piston Brembo calipers painted in a black finish on the Core model, and a silver finish on the premium model.

The Ready Alert Braking system anticipates when the driver quickly releases the accelerator pedal and may initiate an emergency brake stop, after which the electronic stability control pump engages to set brake pads against rotors in order to decrease the time required for full brake application.

Improved brake cooling and fade performance comes courtesy of wind tunnel designed brake cooling ducts that direct airflow to the vented rotors for consistent stopping power

Source Of Information And Photos: Chrysler Archives