The stylists and crew from TZD and Halo Supercars have already begun an optional aftermarket package for select dealers of Chrysler’s newborn 300C. Some 21-inch forged wheels, wrapped in Pirelli PZero Nero 265/35/21 front and 285/35/21 rear tires control the Edelbrock EatonTVS supercharger upgraded HEMI to almost 500 hp while retaining a 36,000-mile warranty. A huge 92-inch intercooler keeps the 5.7-liter V-8 from imploding under the massive boost of horsepower. It’s easy to get yourself into a heap of trouble with not only the Billet gas pedal of the Halo 300C, but with the looks as well. A signature deep-dish grille with piano black-powder coated mesh and LED running lights reminiscent of a high end European saloon really give a super luxury look the new Chrysler. A 4-piece TZD aero kit and unique center exhaust is added to the vehicle prior to a 1.2-inch suspension drop. Interior enhancements include diamond-stitched Alcantara seating with extra padding and heated seats are great for cool nights. Plush embroidered floor mats and a trunk mat and piano black painted trim and door inserts complete the Halo upgrades.
2011 Chrysler 300C Halo concept
5.7 Hemi Supercharged V-8 490hp and 513lb-ft
120.2 in Length:
75.0 in Height:
Curb weight (est):
EPA city/highway driving: 12–16/20–24 mpg - depending on spirited driving.