Chrysler gave its full-size sedan, the 300, an update for the 2015 model year, showing off refined looks and new technology at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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The 300 model can be had in three different trims: 300C, 300C Platinum or the 300S as seen here.

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Chrysler made refinements to the grille design, a prominent feature on the 300. This 300S version gets black accents.

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As with the previous generation, a 3.6-liter V-6 comes as standard, with a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 available.

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As before, the 300 sedan is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle with optional all-wheel drive.

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A new electric power-steering system adds efficiency.

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The previous 300 offers a very comfortable ride from its fixed suspension, retained by Chrysler for the new model.

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As a full-size sedan, the 300 seats five.

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This 300S edition comes with sport seats in front.

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Chrysler offers a host of high-tech features in the 300, including adaptive cruise control and its latest UConnect head unit.

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The instrument cluster comes standard with a 7-inch LCD for trip data, navigation, communication and entertainment.

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Chrysler ditches a conventional shifter for this dial, which controls an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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The UConnect head unit uses an 8.4-inch touchscreen, and features a data connection powering apps such as Yelp for destination search.

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