All of the new images seem to focus on the exterior of the 200, which attempts to pull away from its Sebring predecessor. The grille is bigger and the projector-style headlights give the front a new angle, while the rear features a sleeker look with slimmer taillights and a fresh rear fascia. Even the Chrysler badging has taken a new direction.
Sitting beneath the pictured hood is the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6, the upgrade for the base 2.4-liter inline-four. An old-school four-speed automatic transmission will be offered at the lower end of the lineup, but a six-speed auto will otherwise be standard gear-changing fare.