(autoinsidernews) - Spy photographers have snapped photos of a refreshed Chrysler 300. Several different test cars have been spotted, and, so far, the front ends have been untouched. Outback, the 300 receives new taillamps and center-mounted brake light has been moved from the rear window onto the lip of the trunk lid, reports Trend.
Despite having such a strong, recognized front end, we expect some changes to the 300's front end. But the biggest changes are likely to come to the car's interior. Back in May, we reported that Ralph Gilles, vice president of design at the Chrysler Group, said the 300 will get a significantly improved interior in a forthcoming update.
You're going to see a significant improvement in the interior of that car when the new version hits the market, Gilles said at a meeting of the Automotive Press Association. He refused to say when that would be. I can't tell you. It's coming.