US: Chrysler outlines revamped powertrain strategy

Chrysler’s powertrain strategy over the next five-year period calls for the ambitious target of a 25% improvement in fuel efficiency. Following its recent alliance with Italian OEM Fiat, the US OEM intends to introduce a range of new, eco-friendly technology across its line-up. “Chrysler Group will attain leadership by rapidly applying It’s time to log … Continued

Chrysler’s powertrain strategy over the next five-year period calls for the ambitious target of a 25% improvement in fuel efficiency. Following its recent alliance with Italian OEM Fiat, the US OEM intends to introduce a range of new, eco-friendly technology across its line-up.

“Chrysler Group will attain leadership by rapidly applying

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