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Chrysler is looking to add more swagger to its Street and Racing Technology lineup, according to SRT CEO Ralph Giles. The new brand-exclusive finishes will be available on the new 300 SRT, Challenger SRT and the Charger SRT.

Let’s just say that the folks over at SRT are getting wild with satin paint as of late, and we like it. Even the latest SRT Viper is wrapped in a satin finish.

The 300 SRT will get all sorts of satin adornments including badges, a spoiler, and mirrors. Additional colors of silver, granite and white will also be available.

As for the interior, the seats will be wrapped in napa leather with suede inserts, while other black and carbon inserts are featured in places such as door panels and the instrument cluster. The extra package will add a cool $2,300 to the grand total of the 300 SRT.

The Challenger SRT gets the same treatment with satin badges and mirrors, with the addition of a satin black fuel door. This SRT will be available in red, white, orange and graphite. The interior comes with napa leather seats with suede inserts and the same interior add-ons as the 300 SRT. For the upgraded Challenger, the Satin Vapor package will tack on and additional $1,700.

Finally, the Charger SRT will get a satin black roof, hood, mirrors and spoiler. Super Bee graphics will adorn the rear-quarter panel. Additional exterior colors will be white, silver, red and graphite. The Satin upgrades to the Charger will run $2,300.

All three of the Satin Vapor edition SRTs will be equipped with the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 that pushes out an impressive 470 hp, 470 lb-ft of torque, and red Brembo brake calipers.

In addition to the engine, the trio will receive a set of SRT 20-inch-by-9-inch forged aluminum double-five-spoke wheels.

These Satin models will be available during the second quarter of the year.