Chrysler Group Alternative Propulsion Systems

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Chrysler Group Alternative Propulsion Systems

Chrysler Group's focus on sustainable mobility has led to the development and introduction of a number of fuel-efficient powertrain technologies.

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Chrysler Group Partners with Canadian Government, McMaster University to Develop Advanced Electric and Hybrid Powertrains
Total project investment $18.2 million ($9.25 million from Chrysler Group; $8.93 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) Goal to develop next-generation, energy-efficient, high-performance electrified powertrains and powertrain components suitable for a range of vehicle applications Work to be performed primarily at McMaster University by research engineers,...
Oct 25, 2013 2:15 PM ET
Chrysler Group And NextEnergy Explore Vehicle-To-Grid Efficiencies
Chrysler Group engineers have been helping to determine if electric-vehicle (EV) batteries can generate revenue as well as power. Chrysler Group has partnered with NextEnergy to evaluate vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology using four all-electric minivans.
Jul 25, 2013 9:50 AM ET
Chrysler Group-NextEnergy V2G Project Probes Promise of Battery Power
Chrysler Group partnership with NextEnergy explores vehicle-to-grid efficiencies Chrysler Group provides four electric minivans and engineering support Project exemplifies Chrysler Group's wide-ranging powertrain development efforts
Jul 18, 2013 8:30 AM ET
Chrysler Group Plans to Invest Nearly $20 Million in Toledo Machining Plant
Investment to increase capacity for production of torque converters for new generation, fuel-efficient nine-speed transmission Company's total investment in U.S. facilities over $5.2 billion since June 2009  
Apr 26, 2013 9:10 AM ET

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