The new Chrysler 300C will be available for customers with a choice of six ‘heritage grilles’

Chrysler has announced that it will offer its new 300C with a range of grille designs.

The firm will offer the latest 300C variant with a choice of six ‘heritage grilles,’ based on its predecessor’s previous design.

Read more about the facelifted Chrysler 300C

Priced from around £400 in the US, the grilles will be sold through the company’s Mopar customer division.

The facelifted 300C made its public debut at the Detroit motor show this month and featured a mild restyle that included the addition of more chrome around its front end - including the tops of the side mirrors - and LED daytime running lights.

According to senior vice president of design Ralph Gilles, the 300C's grille will form the basis of the firm's new corporate look.

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