Chrysler has released official images of its facelifted 300C, which will make its public debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January. The chunky four-door gets a mild restyle that includes a liberal dab of chrome around its front end – including the tops of the side mirrors, unusually – and LED daytime running lights.
The car's overall profile does change slightly, though; its A-pillars are more rakish and thinner, improving visibility. There's also a double-length sunroof, designed to make the cabin feel more airy.
Chrysler is also promising refinements to the interior, including a larger touchscreen (8.4in.), a finer grade of leather seats, soft-touch dashboard materials and a revised infotainment package. The current standard V6 and optional V8 engine packages will be retained.
Chrysler confirmed late last week that the 300C will also be sold in continental Europe, as a Lancia model.