Chrysler has announced its Sebring replacement will be called the 200 and released teaser images of the car to go along with the news. The new car, a revised and restyled version of the Sebring, was revealed to US dealers at a local conference on Tuesday. The car gets two new petrol engines – a 2.4 and a 3.6 Pentastar V6 - mated to a four or six-speed transmission. The new 200 will also receive a stiffer body, improved suspension geometry and improved measures to deal with noise, vibration and harshness.Addressing one of the biggest criticisms of the Sebring, the new 200 will reportedly also receive a new, more refined, cabin with better finishes and a high level of standard equipment. Automotive News reports that company CEO Sergio Marchionne at the 2010 Detroit motor show said the Sebring’s revision would be more than an average facelift.