Even though it gets a lot of hate and controversy around its origins, the 2012 Chrysler 300 is a very special machine.
If the media and reviewers still used certain expressions they’d probably refer to it as being worth a million dollars despite costing a lot less.
With that in mind, the Chrysler 300S version we see here is that much more impressive since it’s been customized by one John Varvatos.
For an automotive enthusiast, there’s quite the chance you’ve never heard of him but that’s not to say his contribution to the presence of the 300S is to be neglected.
Varvatos is a high-fashion menswear designer who, incidentally, was born in Detroit. That city does ring a bell, doesn’t it?
Anyway, the 2012 Chrysler 300S goes quite a few notches up the desirability scale since he’s teamed up with Chrysler for the making of this car.
Changes made feature a new darker radiator grille and custom 20 inch alloy wheels with a satin carbon finish.
Inside the modifications are a little more substantial as woven leather is now on the seats an door panels and black leather is now wrapped around pretty much everywhere else.
The plush material is now covering the dashboard, the instrument panel, the console lid and door armrests. The steering wheel is also covered in leather but it comes with a two-tone finish.
Finally, some satin chrome polish off the look of the interior. This lovely 2012 Chrysler 300S is up for auction at Charitybuzz and the proceeds will be going to the annual Stuart House Benefit.
If you’re in the market for a unique sedan with quite a bit of presence, at the moment it’s going for just under 50.000 dollars so you might want to give it a try.