Chrysler recruits designer John Varvatos

September 12, 2012 12:00 AM

The world of automobiles is about to collide with fashion, as Chrysler teams up with award-winning designer John Varvatos to create a special line of luxury cars. Varvatos, a Detroit native, will bring a refined, industrialized look to the 2013 Chrysler 300C models he is designing.

According to Auto Evolution, several changes to the overall design will set the 300C John Varvatos editions apart from other the standard models.  The Limited Edition will feature dark titanium or black chrome that takes the place of standard chrome accents, and matte-gray rims and smoked rear lights finish off the exterior.

AutoBlog reports that Luxury Edition will be slightly different, with a platinum chrome grille and polished wheels. Both lines of cars will only be available with a Phantom-Black paint job.

The interior of the vehicles will have a revamped style as well. Varvatos' designs can be found on the instrument panel clock and gauges and the screen display. Each model also has leather seats with stitching similar to one of Varvatos' signature jackets.

No two vehicles will be identical. Car buyers can customize every aspect of the car, ensuring that these editions will have top-notch personal amenities but undoubtedly difficult car repair.

The pricing and availability for the Limited or Luxury Edition haven't yet been revealed.

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