Chrysler has taken to the L.A. Auto Show to debut the 2015 Chrysler 300, featuring a design meant to recapture the spirit and attitude of the original 2005 model. Consequently, there’s a new grill (bigger by about 30%), an upgraded cabin with a seven-inch display as standard, and Chrysler’s eight-speed Torqueflite automatic. That last revision is accompanied by the discarding of the 2014’s electronic gearshift lever in favor of the 200’s rotary selector. Under the hood, engine choices are unchanged, with the base model receiving a 292-horsepower, 260-lb-ft V6, while upgraded models come with a 363-horsepower, 394-lb-ft Hemi V8. The aforementioned eight-speed automatic transmission leads to an EPA rating of 31 mpg on the highway for the V6. Rear-wheel drive is standard, all-wheel drive is optional, and new cast aluminum axles and an electric power steering unit are additions to all trims for improved efficiency.