The Chrysler 300C range has been revamped and is on display at today's Detroit motor show.
The 300C will now be available in four trim levels: SE, SR, SRT and SRT-8. The first three are mated to a 215bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine with 376lb ft of torque, while the SRT-8 is coupled to a 425bhp 6.1-litre V8 petrol with 420lb ft of torque.
The entry-level SE will cost from £23,995 - £3605 less than the current base model, although equipment levels differ.
The SE has leather trimmed seats, stability control, anti-lock brakes, front, rear and side-curtain airbags, heated front seats, dual zone climate control, ambient lighting, front fog lamps and front and rear parking sensors as standard. Other kit includes Xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and 18-inch alloys.
SR trim starts from £24,995 and adds auto-dimming rear view mirrors, an upgraded sound system, sat-nav and Bluetooth.
SRT costs from £27,995 and adds body coloured mirrors and door handles, chrome detailing, wheel arch extensions, 20-inch alloys, sports seats and carbonfibre interior details.