A special version of Chrysler 300 SRT called “Pacer” was introduced in Australia.
The car draws inspiration from the Valiant Pacer 1969 and will be released in a limited edition, the circulation of which amounted to only 50 copies. The novelty will be offered in bright white, gloss black and ceramic grey colors.
The exterior of the 300 SRT Pacer decorated with many unique black and red stickers and the logo of the “Pacer” and the icon “392 Pacer,” which stands proudly on the front wing. Another feature: Chrysler pays tribute to the valiant Australian sports car of 1969 with a special version of the 300 SRT.
Under the hood there is a plaque with an individual number, which will preisver each vehicle series. Inside, there are door sills Pacer 392 and floor mats with the inscription “Pacer” and sepcially plaque on the centre console, representing the build number of the car.
In the same way as “regular” Chrysler 300 SRT version of Pacer is equipped with a 6.4-liter HEMI V8 naturally aspirated engine producing 469 HP and torque to 469 Nm, which is a couple of 8-speed automatic ZF gearbox with the function of trigger control and rear-wheel drive.
“We celebrate the 50th anniversary of a much-loved Valiant Pacer, we are pleased to celebrate such a milestone with this car, a limited edition for Australian motorists. It’s really a modern take on Australian classics, and we’re happy to refund Pacer in this exclusive run of fantastic-looking car,” said Director of product Chrysler Australia Guillaume Drelon.
The car is available for order from 69 950 Australian dollars (47 914 USD).