It may feature a different name and fancier looks, but pay close enough attention and it’s not hard to see that the current Chrysler 200 is a heavily facelifted Sebring.
That doesn’t come as a surprise as the Detroit automaker wanted to buy some time before it develops an all new replacement based on the CUSW platform used on the Dodge Dart, which has been jointly-developed with Fiat.
Chrysler has already admitted that the 200’s successor will arrive in the market within the next year or so, but we still don’t know what it will look like.
Lawrence Technological University design student Colin Bonathan, whom we came to know through his Chrysler Review Coupe and Lincoln Continental studies, attempts to shed some light on a possible design direction for the next 200 mid-size sedan.
Check out the renderings after the break and tell us what you think.