|300i||Designed for Touring in conform and style.|
|325a||Focused on combat.|
|350r||Focused on Racing.|
The 300 series has a unique paint (skin) customisation, (not available to any other ships) that can only be done through the ship store page. (It should be noted that once you customise your ship, it can't not be undone unless you melt/un-melt the ship.) For a list of the paints available for the 300 series, please click the above link.
The following limited paints are only for the 315p and were only sold during the 'Origin Celebration' event. 
|"Black Rose"||"Nightshade"||"White Lightning"|
In 2899, the 300 series launched a single model: the 300i. The designer of the 300i, Andreas Lang, was insistent that Origin would begin producing variants in the third model year by designing entirely new models to fulfill different specialized tasks. Origin, remembering the expense of the first prototype and the ensuing battle to lower production costs, balked at the idea. For all of the project's rhetoric, later amplified by the series' initial marketing, the company wanted to borrow an important aspect from RSI's Aurora: a modular space frame designed to easily adapt variants. Like the Aurora, the 300 series would adapt the initial version into a host of different factory models built atop the standard design. By all accounts, the decision to develop variants instead of bespoke models soured Lang on the project altogether.
The launch of 315p
In 2930, the Origin 315p was launched in 2930 as a 'pocket explorer,' an unusual attempt to marry the 300i's lines with improved power output and a newly developed scanning package. Despite the odd duck nature of the design, the 315p proved a reliable performer, with much of the success coming because smaller prospecting outfits were happy to have a dedicated spacecraft that could perform just as well, but provide the comfort and style that was often overlooked by other manufacturers.