Today’s unveiling of the new Chrysler 300 sedan leaves only one gray area left in Chrysler’s new lineup: its Sebring convertible model. Like the outgoing Sebring sedan, the model will be rebranded the 2011 200 Convertible, according to the automaker’s new teaser page for the vehicle.
While the site doesn’t reveal much — about half the photos are frivolous landscape pictures — you can see that the convertible gets the same revised front end — new hood, new headlamps — and some rear-end alterations as the 200 sedan. The interior photos show that this model will get the sedan’s new dash and instrument cluster, too.
With Chrysler’s press conference at the Detroit auto show already over, it looks like the company will wait to unveil more details on the model closer to its spring 2011 availability. The next major auto show is in Chicago, starting Feb. 9.