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At the Detroit Auto Show on Tuesday, Chrysler introduced its final new Hemi V8-powered vehicle and made reservations available at the same time.
It was shut down less than a day later.
Just 2,000 of the 300C sedans, powered by a 6.4-liter V8 with 485 horsepower, will be produced by Chrysler for the U.S. and 200 more will be produced for Canada before the end of 2023, when production of the complete 300 series will come to a stop permanently.
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Only white, black, or red versions of the high performance variant, with a starting price of $56,595, are offered.
A pair of 20-inch wheels with high-performance all-season tires are also included in the trim, along with enhanced Brembo brakes, a standard computer-controlled adaptive suspension system, and upgraded wheels.
The 2014 300 SRT8, which featured a 470 horsepower version of the V8, was revived in some ways by the 300C.
With clients needed to choose a color and dealer in addition to making a deposit, a Dodge representative confirmed to Fox News Digital that all the automobiles were spoken for in under 12 hours.
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The Dodge Charger sedan and Challenger Coupe, which are both being discontinued and will be replaced by the Charger Daytona SRT electric muscle car, share the same chassis and assembly line as the 300.