The 2012 Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar

Mopar modified Chrysler 200 Super S coming to NAIAS

The Chrysler Group’s aftermarket/performance division ‘Mopar’ will once again have a heavy presence at the Detroit Auto Show, with the Dodge Charger Redline that we announced earlier today accompanied by the Mopar modified version of the new mid-sized sedan – the Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar.

Chrysler and Mopar combined for last year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit to introduce the Chrysler 200 Super S but this year, it looks as though the Mopar-built 200 Super S will appear in Detroit’s Cobo Hall as an upcoming production model. Chrysler also stated today that the Chrysler 200 Super S package from Mopar will be available “later in 2012”; joining the LX, Touring, Limited and non-Mopar 200S sedans for the 2012 model year.

The Super S is Mopar’s interpretation of the Chrysler 200,” said Mopar President and CEO Pietro Gorlier. “The extensive list of high-quality Mopar parts enhances the performance and appearance of our Chrysler 200.”

The 2012 Chrysler 200 Super S by Mopar is offered in two forms – stage one and stage two. Stage one of the 200 Super S begins with a prominent chin spoiler, satin chrome fog light trim, satin chrome grille trim and unique mesh in the lower grille while the upper grille is finished in gloss black sporting a recessed Chrysler logo. Along the sides, the Mopar modified 2012 200 Super S receives new side sills, a satin chrome belt molding, black chrome Chrysler 200 badges and unique 18 inch “S” style wheels painted gray or hyper black. Out back, the 200 Super S gets a unique trunk lid spoiler, a satin chrome light bar and a satin black lower diffuser with integrated exhaust tips.


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