Even though Chrysler finds itself in the worst automaker market possible, it looks towards the future and sees the 2011 Dodge Charger and 2011 Chrysler 300.
Chrysler says that the next-generation Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger that are due for the 2011 model year will exceed the tougher fuel-economy standards that will take effect in two years. Frank Klegon, Chrysler’s executive vice president of product development, says that the two 2011 models will beat the industry-wide average of 31.6 mpg by 2015.
“These vehicles will be CAFE-positive,” Klegon told Automotive News. “The U.S government has not released regulations for the new corporate average fuel economy law, we think we know what it is.”
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Posted by The 'C' Team at 6:21 AM