Ralph Gilles on the new Chrysler 300S

Ralph Gilles on the new Chrysler 300S

A video interview by Jean Jennings from Jean Knows Cars, featuring an interview with Chrysler Group Design Office head Ralph Gilles, who gives an overview of the design of the 2015 300S flagship.



In the interview, shot at this year’s Los angeles Auto show, Ralph Gilles explains how designers focused on the front grille, which is larger and more prominen, and aimed at bringing back the sporty character, while maintaining the distinctive presence, proportions and stance.

Check the image gallery of the 2015 300S here, or for more information you can read the full article at Jean Knows Cars.

2015 Chrysler 300S

2015 Chrysler 300S

(Source: Jean Knows cars on YouTube)

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