We all are aware of Chinese affinity to something traditional and signs and symbols that have special significance to Chinese history and beliefs. With the Beijing Auto Show scheduled for 23rd April 2012, Chrysler is bringing out two very special offerings specially for Chinese buyers. The first car is designed keeping the Chinese elements in mind. First of which is a sedan, Chrysler 300C, a jet black vehicle with extra large wheels and two toned leather seating in its interiors. The setbacks are embossed with a symbol that denotes gusts of wind.
The second vehicle designed for Chinese buyers is a Jeep Wrangler that is inspired from the Year of the Dragon. A black dragon inspired designs are seen on its metal sheet while a large image of a dragon adorns the inside of the hood. It has an all black exterior with gold accents on its wheels and gold trims on the headlights and grille. State of the art LED lighting is seen within the headlamps. These special editions which will go on display at the Beijing Auto Show will be available for Chinese buyers sometime in the not too distant future.
Chrysler Group Set to Premiere Two Design Concepts at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition
April 6, 2012 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – Chrysler brand announces its return to the China market at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on April 23, 2012. To commemorate this important occasion, Chrysler will unveil a Chrysler 300C design concept created specifically with Chinese elements in mind.
Also tailored for the China market, a Jeep® Wrangler design concept – inspired by the Year of the Dragon – will showcase the opportunity for special editions that might be available for Chinese customers in the near future.