Chrysler will revive the SRT formula for a special 2023 < a class="injectedLinkmain" href="https://www.autoblog.com/chrysler/300c/" data-ylk="elm:context_link;itc:0;pos:1;sec:donut-hole;cpos:1;">300C
“We’re celebrating the Chrysler 300 and it’s iconic legacy in the automotive world,” said Chrysler brand chief Chris Feuell. “The Chrysler 300 changed the automotive world in so many ways, and we will carry that spirit of ingenuity forward as we transform Chrysler with a fully electrified future and breakthrough customer experiences.”
Chrysler last sold the 300C variant (with its standard 5.7-liter Hemi V8) for the 2020 model year. While the 5.7 was still available in the 300S, the C was long the pinnacle of non-SRT models in the 300 lineup. In much the same way that Lexus
Before it was canned for the U.S. market in 2015, the 300 SRT was briefly offered with the 6.4, albeit with the five-speed automatic that dated to the Daimler-Chrysler years. The 2023 revival packs 485 horsepower (up from the old SRT’s 470) and 470 pound-feet of torque. Power goes to the rear wheels by way of an eight-speed automatic and limited-slip differential. Chrysler says this combo is good for a 4.3-second sprint to 60 and a quarter-mile time of 12.4 seconds.
From there, the list of goodies on this limited-run 300C lines up pretty closely with a standard Dodge Charger
Inside, unique elements include Black Laguna leather seats embossed with the 300C logo, unique silver stitching, carbon fiber