Having recently chopped a black 2012 Lincoln MKS and an equally dark new Cadillac Seville, I'm rounding out the traditional domestic Big Three luxury cars with a dark charcoal Chrysler 300C. I love the current 300 but having been introduced in 2005, it's time for a change, as Chrysler will actually be doing shortly. I've used the more rounded greenhouse and more contemporary detailing of Chrysler's 200C concept car, coupled with the now-traditional 300 front end treatment, re-proportioned taller and bluffer, with a new lower fascia. I think it has a sleeker yet still-sinister look, and would be more aerodynamically efficient and contemporary in every way, while not tossing out any of its well-deserved street cred. A longer wheelbase and slightly tidier overall length will be a boon to European sales.
The base photo for this chop was a presser for the 200C concept from last year (year before, by now?), and I made a 300 out of it. In retrospect, it would have been less work to start with a 300 and add the concept's details, but at least I know the "platform" of my chop will be up-to-date, too. : )