The John Varvatos Limited Edition package will return for the 2014 Chrysler 300C luxury sedan, Chrysler announced today. The special trim package first debuted for the 2012 model year, but the automaker said it decided to revive the model after receiving, "strong feedback from Chrysler and John Varvatos design fans."
As before, the 2014 Chrysler 300C was designed in partnership with John Varvatos's design studio, and is meant to evoke a, "Detroit-tough attitude." That entails Phantom Black paint; titanium trim for the grille surround, window trim, mirrors, and dual exhaust tips; black grille slats; dark-tinted LED taillights; and titanium-trimmed 20-inch wheels on rear-drive models and 19-inch wheels for all-wheel-drive cars.
Moving inside, the Varvatos treatment endows the 2014 Chrysler 300C with leather seats upholstered in Diesel Gray with black Varvatos stitching; pearlescent-white gauges faces with black bezels, a look inspired by one of John Varvatos's latest watches; a hand-stitched heated steering wheel; and a mixture of titanium, charcoal wood, and gloss-black trim pieces. John Varvatos logos are embossed on the seats, and high-end Poltrona Frau leather is used for the center stack and dashboard.
The John Varvatos treatment is available on a 2014 Chrysler 300C equipped with a 292-hp, 3.6-liter V-6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel-drive models start at $45,475 while all-wheel-drive versions are $47,975. The special-edition cars go on sale in March.