2013.5 Chrysler 200 S Special Edition is a result of the work of collaboration of two companies - Carhartt and Chrysler. The special edition vehicle celebrates the traits that both brands have in common: hard work, ingenuity and perseverance.

The car hides under its hood Pentastar V-6 engine which generates 283 horsepower (208 kW). It is borne from the successful Chrysler 200 "S" packages that offer one-of-a-kind style combined with an incredible amount of standard features such as 18-inch aluminum wheels with polished face and dark painted pockets, perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel, premium leather seats, Boston Acoustic premium sound system and much more.

Chrysler 200 S Special Edition is a true eye-catcher thanks to its exceptional exterior attributes: new gloss black mesh grille accented with a platinum chrome grille collar, a lower front fascia in platinum black and platinum chrome fog light "spears" and sport suspension. All of them contribute towards more responsive and exciting driving experience.

The profile of this Chrysler shows off body color sill cladding, platinum chrome belt molding and semi-gloss black wheels. On the other hand, the rear of the vehicle features a body-color decklid spoiler, platinum chrome light bar, rear valance with polished, fascia-mounted exhaust tips, unique "S" and black "200" badge.

What is more, this special car must have even more special interior styling. Here is where Chrysler 200 S Special Edition was designed in collaboration with Carhartt. It includes a water-resistant fabric in black, with the signature Carhartt triple stitching seat accents in diesel gray.

The same stitching can be found on the steering wheel, armrests and center console. Black painted finishes adorn the air vents, gear shift, front cup holders and steering wheel buttons round out the exclusive interior appointments.

2013.5 Chrysler 200 S Special Edition will be exhibited at the New York International Auto Show on 29th of March. It will go on sale with a staring price beginning at $28 870.

Source: Chrysler