The in-house styling brand and the performance of the Chrysler Group called Mopar have been busy lately with several releases of upgrades for all the Jeep vehicles. Also it has come up with the Challenger models and the brand new Dodge Charger which is a standalone version. The fine tuning division of firm at Detroit is working on its upcoming project as to come up with a new design of bespoke alloy wheels and an array of custom grilles.
The prices ranges are between $310 and $750 for the eight new designs of grilles. The choices has its inclusions of a diamond pattern grill and a 13 bar grille, billet aluminum has been the choice of material for both. A grille that sports a three wire mesh built with a steel wire of 2mm that has options of Gloss Black, Platinum Chrome and Bright Chrome finishes. There are two other versions that are used in the production guise has its grill in black chrome hue or in bright chrome. Last but not the least the traditional model of the egg-grate grille which is an inspiration of the Chrysler 300 of 1955. Mopar has also stated that these grilles which are customized does not require any modifications as it would perfectly fit within the surroundings of the grille and will be covered by manufacture warranty.
Mopar has also worked on new designs for the wheels for the brand new 300, apart from the grille pieces. The newly designed wheels come in a package of six with options in its diameters that range from 18 to 20 inches with the price tags ranging between $265 and $610. The packages are said to include a five-spoke wheels of 20-inch with its finishes in Black Chrome, two dissimilar sets of forged rims of 20 inch at the design that is 10-spoke with its finishes either in Gloss Black painted finish or in Satin Carbon, 19-inch wheel which has an eight-spokes that has Satin Carbon finish along with two other 18-inch Rallye Wheels which has five-spokes.