While Chrysler was submitting its viability plan to the U.S Department Of Treasury, two new Chrysler Group cars were previewed and leaked on the net. The new re-designed 2010 Chrysler 300 and the all-new 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Both pictures of the cars are renderings on the computer, but they show how the cars will look like in production.
The rendering suggests that the new 300 will retain the most characteristic design cues of the current model like the "gangster"-style roofline and Bentley-like eggcrate grille. Furthermore, Chrysler LLC's document reveals that the 300 will keep the HEMI V8, but will benefit an "all-new fuel-efficient six-cylinder engine".
The Jeep Grand Cherokee also keeps most of its characteristic design cues of the current model. But with more aggressive exterior styling cues that builds upon the current model's "squared" looks, as well as an all-new interior.