The final V8-powered sedan rolled off the assembly lines.

In a solemn ceremony at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario, the final chapter of a legendary American automobile concluded. The last Chrysler 300C rolled off the assembly line – a beautiful sedan in Velvet Red – marking the culmination of the model's nearly 70-year legacy. By the end of this month, production of all 2023 Chrysler 300 variants will also come to an end.

In September last year, the automaker unveiled the final model year for the sedan, which brought a limited edition V8-powered derivative. The 2023 300C had a 6.4-liter HEMI engine and production was strictly limited to 2,000 units for the United States and 200 for Canada. All cars were reserved within 12 hours

“Chrysler brand is proud to mark the legacy of the Chrysler 300C as a true automotive icon, one of the original muscle cars representing bold American luxury,” Chris Feuell, Chrysler brand chief executive officer, commented. “As we celebrate the last HEMI-powered 300C off the line with our Brampton team members, we’re also excited to work together as Chrysler brand moves forward to a sustainable all-electric future as part of the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan.”

The current generation 300 debuted in 2011, making it one of the oldest products you can buy brand new today. Surprisingly, that car is a phenomenon on the US market - on average, each Chrysler 300 sells for 12 percent over MSRP

The Final Model Year For The Chrysler 300:

The electric future Feuell was talking about has reportedly been shown to Chrysler dealers already in the form of a new electric sedan that will replace the 300. Not much is known at the moment but it is believed that the model could share its underpinnings with the production version of the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept. Another electric sedan from Chrysler is expected to be sold alongside the 300 replacement with a design inspired by the Airflow concept.

Source: Stellantis

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