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در May - 11 - 2016

FCA Boss Hints At Front-Wheel-Drive System For The Next-Gen Chrysler 300

Intentional or not, chief executive Sergio Marchionne has hinted on a significant change for the next-generation one that involves a shift to front-wheel drive for the traditionally rear-wheel drive luxury Marchionne made the comments during the s launch in s Windsor, Ontario production facility.

The FCA boss stopped short of confirming his comments when asked to clarify on them. He likely realized that his words could be taken out of context so instead, he clarified that the Windsor facility is “capable” of making a production run since it’s possible to use the underpinnings of the for the next-generation 300. The facility in Ontario will be the production base of the new and while it would be interesting to see a front-wheel drive Chrysler signing off on such a proposal could entail moving the production of the 300 from its current facility in Brampton, Ontario. The proximity between the two facilities – around 217 miles – could make for an easy transition and would see the 300 leave behind the and in the Brampton facility.

That said, Marchionne’s comments should be taken with a grain of salt considering that he set the record straight, saying his comments shouldn’t be treated as a commitment to a dramatic shift in production strategy. But it does open the possibility of seeing the next-generation 300 come with a front-wheel-drive configuration. Having that should equate to a more refined driving experience, improved fuel economy, and a bigger and more efficient use of interior space, three characteristics that are likely to be high on the checklist of prospective customers for the next-generation 300.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.



FCA Boss Hints At Front-Wheel-Drive System For The Next-Gen Chrysler 300

Intentional or not, chief executive Sergio Marchionne has hinted on a significant change for the next-generation one that involves a shift to front-wheel drive for the traditionally rear-wheel drive luxury Marchionne made the comments during the s launch in s Windsor, Ontario production facility.

The FCA boss stopped short of confirming his comments when asked to clarify on them. He likely realized that his words could be taken out of context so instead, he clarified that the Windsor facility is “capable” of making a production run since it’s possible to use the underpinnings of the for the next-generation 300. The facility in Ontario will be the production base of the new and while it would be interesting to see a front-wheel drive Chrysler signing off on such a proposal could entail moving the production of the 300 from its current facility in Brampton, Ontario. The proximity between the two facilities – around 217 miles – could make for an easy transition and would see the 300 leave behind the and in the Brampton facility.

That said, Marchionne’s comments should be taken with a grain of salt considering that he set the record straight, saying his comments shouldn’t be treated as a commitment to a dramatic shift in production strategy. But it does open the possibility of seeing the next-generation 300 come with a front-wheel-drive configuration. Having that should equate to a more refined driving experience, improved fuel economy, and a bigger and more efficient use of interior space, three characteristics that are likely to be high on the checklist of prospective customers for the next-generation 300.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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FCA Boss Hints At Front-Wheel-Drive System For The Next-Gen Chrysler 300

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