The new 200 marks a radical departure in styling, with more of a fastback design and greater attention to detail both inside and out. (See related story: Chrysler Ups Its Midsize Sedan Game With All-New 200.)
The new 200 is a 360-degree holistic design, not a front end and rear end joined together by a disparate middle, says design chief Ralph Gilles. “We want to be about not only beautiful cars, but the art of design.”
The redesigned Canyon receives fresh exterior and interior styling, an all-new architecture to underpin the truck, a choice of three high-tech powertrains and a long list of available lifestyle accessories.