Chrysler's next-generation 200 sedan has surfaced online in greater detail today, following a leak earlier this week that offered a clear look at the new model's face.
These latest images also come on the heels of show-all spy photos published in December, revealing an undisguised 200 sedan roaming American streets during film for the car's upcoming advertising campaign.
Leaked details confirm that the new 200 sedan shares its platform with the Australia-bound 2014 Cherokee, with both models also drawing from the same Fiat-Chrysler technology bin.
The 200 will enter the Chrysler range beneath the larger 300 sedan, and engine options are expected to include a 137kW and 234Nm 2.4 litre four-cylinder, along with the more powerful 220kW 3.6 litre V6 available with the 300.
Chrysler's new nine-speed automatic transmission will be standard, with gears shifted through a rotary dial in the centre console.
An all-wheel-drive system with an automatic fully disconnecting rear axle will also be offered, although likely as an option or high-grade feature.
It is unknown at this stage if the 200 will make its way to Australia, or if the 200 will be offered in any other right-hand-drive markets.
For now, the Australian Chrysler range features only the popular new 300 (2,508 sold in 2013) and the ageing Voyager (168 in 2013).