The large sedan contingent for Chrysler grows by two with the addition of a new LHS and the 300M extended off the recently-revised Concorde. The 1999 Chrysler LHS reflects a luxury focus while the 300M fills the sport sedan genre thanks to a more reactive suspension. For 1999, the Concorde has been refined with comfort-oriented improvements to the suspension and thicker gauge carpeting. The 1999 Cirrus receives a slightly revised exterior with standard chrome wheels and a new grille featuring Chrysler's winged emblem. The Chrysler Sebring relies solely on six-cylinder engine power for 1999 with the discontinuation of a 2.4-liter four-cylinder powerplant. Several minor changes have been made to the Chrysler Town & Country for 1999. Chrysler's Sentry Key theft-deterrent system is employed throughout in the brand's 1999 vehicle line-up.