New 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase
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28th March, 2006
America's Chrysler Group announced overnight that a new model — the 2007 Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase — will be on display at the New York International Motor Show, in the Jacob K. Javits Centre, 14th-23rd April.
The Chrysler 300 Long Wheelbase is 15cms (six inches) longer than the current models, providing more than 116cm (46 inches) of rear legroom. Due for American release later this year, the lengthier Chrysler 300 is expected to attract sales from the limousine industry, as well as retail customers.
"The 300 Long Wheelbase will have six inches (15cms) more of the elegant, distinct design that made the Chrysler 300 the most-awarded new car in automotive history," said David Rooney, Director —Chrysler Marketing Communications. "In addition, limousine-like features have been added and custom options are available. The result is a truly distinctive and personalised experience for commercial and retail customers, all for what will be an affordable price."
Both the 300 Touring and 300C Long Wheelbase models can be ordered with unique, personalised features, including lighted rear writing tables, two 12-volt power ports for computers/cell phones, footrests, lighted vanity mirrors and directional reading lights for rear passengers, and available custom paint colours or pinstriping.
The Chrysler 300 Touring Long Wheelbase model will be equipped with a 3.5-litre V-6 engine. The 300C Long Wheelbase will have the 5.7-litre V-8 engine.
The 300 Long Wheelbase will be modified by Accubuilt, a leading custom specialty vehicle manufacturer with more than 128 years of experience, based in Lima, Ohio, and will be sold through American Chrysler dealerships.
Australian availability is unlikely, as the new model is a post-production modification, rather than a production model.
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