Chrysler’s future is all-electric. That’s something everybody knows but from what we can hear, it looks like the company won’t rush with bringing the new all-electric models to the table. Instead, it looks like the current full-size sedan will remain in production for some more time, and that the 2025 Chrysler 300 will be the final production year of the legendary nameplate. The current generation seems to be around for eternity but still has a couple of trumps to attract customers, and that’s why we are pretty sure it won’t feature any notable change for the final production year.
Instead, we will see familiar design characteristics. The 2025 Chrysler 300 will continue with its powerful engine lineup and muscular appearance, while the spacious cabin and intuitive infotainment systems are also among its strong points. But, this is indeed an old car, so it doesn’t surprise that its interior looks pretty outdated, while the chronic lack of modern safety features is probably the biggest drawback.
2025 Chrysler 300 Design
As mentioned, the 2025 Chrysler 300 is about to carry on in the same way. Therefore, you may count on a good-old design, based on the old LX platform, recognized for its rear-wheel-drive configuration. This architecture, shared with models like the Dodge Charger and Challenger, may not be the most modern but still delivers a balance between performance and comfort.
In terms o styling, the Chrysler 300 has traditionally featured a strong and imposing presence with its large front grille, prominent headlights, and muscular lines. It’s often associated with a certain level of elegance and luxury, appealing to drivers who appreciate a more traditional and substantial design in their vehicles. So, nothing less is expected from the next year’s model, though minor tweaks in terms of new color options and similar things are always possible.
As for interior design, there are both things we like and we don’t like. As for the things we don’t like, there is the matter of aesthetics, which is kinds expected, considering the model’s age. The cabin looks a little bit outdated, but we can’t say there is any major flaw. The ergonomics are good, just like the build quality, while the selection of materials isn’t all that bad either. Moreover, the sedan received a few updates over the years, so it features a modern infotainment system, along with a few more advanced tech features.
On the other hand, what’s definitely a strong point of this sedan is the amount of space, which is more than generous in both rows. The front seats are comfortable and feature good ergonomics, while the second row offers plenty of legroom to accommodate tall passengers with ease, which is something you would expect from a vehicle that’s 200 inches long.
As for the features, we don’t believe that the next year’s model could change drastically. We expect that the 2025 Chrysler 300 is about to continue in the same way, which means that base models would come standard with an 8.4-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, HD Radio, satellite radio, a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth and two USB ports, as well as proximity keyless entry, push-button start and dual-zone automatic climate control. The list of options isn’t long, but there are a few interesting things, such as navigation, a 19-speaker stereo, a remote start and a panoramic sunroof.
As mentioned, things aren’t all that great in terms of safety. For example, base models come only with a rearview camera. HIhger trim levels offer a couple of upgrades, including parking sensors, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control etc.
2025 Chrysler 300 Engines
As for the powertrain, we expect that the 2025 Chrysler 300 will carry on with familiar units, three of them. Once again, base models will come with a 3.6-liter V6, which puts out around 292 horsepower, which seems plenty enough for average drivers.
But, average drivers don’t usually look for a car like this, so we find the two V8 a far more exciting choice. The first one is a 5.7-liter unit that puts out 363 horsepower, which seems plenty enough for a convenient ride. Most importantly, it provides the much-desired exhaust note.
Finally, range-topping models use a 6.4-liter V8 with quite an impressive 485 horsepower, which is enough for 0-60 in just 4.3 seconds.
All models come standard with an 8-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive, while the V6 is the only one available in AWD configuration.
2025 Chrysler 300 Release Date and Price
We presume that the 2025 Chrysler 300 will arrive sometime in the second half of the next year, with a starting price of around 35.000 dollars.