Chrysler plans to show off its upcoming 2013 Town & Country S minivan at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show. The vehicle has a sleek design and offers a variety of features, including a Blu-ray player, a ParkView rear camera, Blindspot Monitoring, and rain-sensitive windshield wipers. This is rounded out with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, and a decent fuel economy of 17mpg in the city and 25mpg on the highway.
The Town & Country S comes in Brilliant Black, Stone White, Billet Silver, and Deep Cherry Red, and features “revised trim that adds contrast” to the minivan’s exterior. There’s a black chrome grille, blacked out bezels around the headlights, and 17-inch polished aluminum wheels with pockets painted black. According to the press release, the headlight bezels have delayed availability.
Keeping in line with the “black” theme, the interior is monotone black, with Black Torino leather seats featuring grey stitching. The appliques are glossy Piano Black, as are the center and upper consoles and the headliner. You’ll find the “S” logo embroidered on the seats and featured in the instrument panel as well as on the exterior of the vehicle.
Chrysler’s CEO and President Saad Chehab offered this statement. “We tailored the new Town & Country S for the active and style minded consumers. It’s the downtown style for the Town & Country’s uptown looks. It’s more than fitting that we unveil this vehicle in Los Angeles given Town & Country S represents yet another modern take of ‘313’ in the ‘310.’”