Inside the cabin, the Chrysler 200 features what the company calls a "floating" center stack that has a large open storage area below.
Embossed into the bottom of the storage console is an image of the Detroit skyline, a reference to the 200's history with Chrysler's "Made in Detroit" tag line.
Chrysler designers used wood trim to supplement metal trim around the 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system. A new 7-inch configurable screen is included in the instrument cluster.
Between the ventilated front seats, designers included a sliding cup holder and armrest that provides greater comfort and storage access to the center bin.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 comes in four trim levels, including a new 200C premium level. Chrysler said it had no plans to produce a convertible version of the 200.
Chrysler Group invested over $1 billion in its Sterling Heights Assembly plant in suburban Detroit to build the redesigned Chrysler 200. The company added 1.4 million square feet with a new body shop, paint shop and metrology lab.