The Chrysler Town & Country Black Jack draws its inspiration from the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas â€“ a dominant and enigmatic presence on the Strip. Massive, dark and simple in shape and design, the icon casts a shadow over the surrounding properties.
It sits on custom one-off 20-in. wheels with new bright finishes built by Alcoa Forged. They are tucked around a set of Brembo SRT brakes, matched with an adjusted ride height. Its stance is sophisticated, yet approachable. Covered in a custom Amber-Black Pearl paint, the hood features a ghosted â€˜Black Jackâ€™ logo and pin stripe provided by Jim-Tech. Chrome accents complement the billet-style grill.
The exterior was designed to draw people to the stunning inside. LED lighting, provided by OSRAM-Sylvania Group, was crucial to the application of Las Vegas allure. To give it an â€˜after hours lounge barâ€™ setting and atmosphere of light and shade, the team created dual panoramic-style roof openings. After relocating the gas tank, light-sensitive â€˜scintillaâ€™ provided by Sensitile was used. Constructed of 100 percent acrylic, Scintilla transforms the way in which the surface interacts with interior lighting. The scintilla actually illuminates the playersâ€™ â€˜field.â€™
A leather- wrapped curved bench replaces the third-row seats. Providing â€˜rat packâ€™ and â€˜rat rodâ€™ influence, the passenger seats are wrapped by Katzkin, and feature Vogl satin black leather, custom embroidery. Seat inserts feature perforated suede with silver backing and a suede headliner. The centered dealerâ€™s seat required removal of the second-row pilot seats. The â€˜black jackâ€™ table is constructed of light-weight carbon fiber. Creating seamless construction, itâ€™s bolted to the translucent center mount that flows into the translucent floor. The adjustable lighting and table placement contribute to the playersâ€™ comfort.
Azentec and KICKER brought a â€˜bada bingâ€™ to the interior. The entertainment system features two KICKER Audio 10-in. L7 sub woofers tied to a 1250-watt amplifier. Two pairs of 6-in. speakers and a four-channel 700-4 amplifier provide the â€˜boomâ€™ factor. The rear-mounted 37-in. LCD flat screen and two 7-in. overhead monitors are connected to three hidden overhead digital cameras so there are â€˜eyesâ€™ on the dealerâ€™s and playersâ€™ hands. The Azentec head unit â€“ the Atlas 1000 â€“ serves as a high-powered laptop radio head unit. Windows XP provides adaptability and capability for wireless internet, Bluetooth, cell phone, navigation system and personal PC â€“ putting the Black Jack on the forefront of in-car entertainment.
With QEK Integrated Fleet Services providing support during the Town & Country Black Jack build, this â€˜slow rollerâ€™ is sure to turn heads on the Strip.
Price this car:
MSRP: $21,695 â€“ $36,605
Invoice: $19,924 â€“ $33,408
Source: Chrysler Press Release