Chrysler has officially pulled the wraps off its new 200 S Convertible and Convertible variants, which add a more upscale look and feel to the automaker's mid-size lineup.
And appropriately so, it happened in New York, as the automaker had said that the S gets an "entirely different appearance and attitude," which "may be 'imported from Detroit,' but it's definitely at home on Park Avenue."
Essentially, as MotorAuthority editor Nelson Ireson wrote earlier this week, when Chrysler released information and a few photos in advance of their debut, what that amounts to is that it takes a whole lot of "chrome and leather lipstick" to turn a standard V-6 Chrysler 200 into a Chrysler 200 S.
With a unique front grille, body-color mirrors and door handles, unique alloy wheels, black-background headlamps, a perforated leather steering wheel, heated front seats with suede inserts and embroidered headrests, a black headliner, and an upgraded Boston Acoustics sound system, it's all about the details, and there are plenty of them to study.
Do these dressed-up 200 S models look worth their slightly higher prices? Take a look at the above galleries and let us know what you think, then check out all the rest of our New York auto show coverage.