(from Chrysler Press
Release) The Chrysler Town & Country Black Jack draws its
inspiration from the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas - 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 Black Jack logo and pin
stripe provided by Jim-Tech. Chrome accents complement the
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 after hours lounge
bar setting and atmosphere of light and shade, the team created
dual panoramic-style roof openings. After relocating the gas tank,
light-sensitive scintilla 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 players field.
A leather- wrapped curved bench replaces the third-row seats.
Providing rat pack and rat rod 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 dealers seat required
removal of the second-row pilot seats. The black jack table is
constructed of light-weight carbon fiber. Creating seamless
construction, its bolted to the translucent center mount that flows
into the translucent floor. The adjustable lighting and table
placement contribute to the players comfort.
Azentec and KICKER brought a bada bing 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 boom 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
eyes on the dealers and players hands. The Azentec head unit
the Atlas 1000 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
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 slow roller is sure to turn heads
on the Strip.