Chrysler’s lineup could be trimmed to two models as the 300’s future is looking bleak and the model itself is very old. For the 2021 model year, the luxury sedan is only offered with two trims after Chrysler removed the high-spec Limited and 300C trims from the lineup.
Over the last few years, Chrysler’s sales have rapidly declined. Last year, the manufacturer sold 110,000 units, down from 300,000 five years ago. Combined with the merger of FCA and Groupe PSA, there have been fears this could be the end of Chrysler, but Tavares is determined to reinvent the brand. “We consider that this brand is one of the three historical pillars of Stellantis [Fiat and Peugeot are the other two], and of course we are eager, and I am eager, to give this brand a future,” Tavares said. Tavares didn’t provide any further details, so we’ll have to wait and see what the future holds for Chrysler.