CHELSEA, Mich. — Chrysler offers a long wheelbase version of its 300 Touring and 300C models.
The 300 LWB is stretched at Accubuilt, the Ohio company that has specialized for more than a century in elongating vehicles.
The car is stretched six inches behind the B-pillar, offering more legroom for occupants of the back seat, or 10 cubic feet of extra interior room.
The cars have a one inch higher ground clearance and are tuned with ESP.
The 300C LWB gets the usual equipment, while the 300 Touring LWB model gets an extended package with express up-and-down windows on both sides for front seat passengers, heated front seats and a power passenger seat.
The additional cost is $250 for the long 300C and $730 for the Touring, which covers the package including the electrical components and the longer wiring.
For the conversion, Accubuilt charges $10,600.
The long models can be ordered through the dealers.