The current generation of the 300, introduced in 2005, marked a return to rear-wheel drive for the nameplate that debuted in 1955. The 300C at that time offered a 5.7-litre Hemi engine with 345 hp.
The sedan was named the 2005 North American Car of the Year. Chrysler offered all-wheel drive models to help spur demand in states that experience winter weather.
The 300 received a freshening for the 2015 model year that reworked the grille and interior.
“We’re celebrating the Chrysler 300 and it’s iconic legacy in the automotive world,” Chris Feuell, CEO of the Chrysler brand, said in a statement. “The Chrysler 300 changed the automotive world in so many ways, and we will carry that spirit of ingenuity forward as we transform Chrysler with a fully electrified future and breakthrough customer experiences.”