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Chrysler is an American car manufacturer that appears in all Forza main titles.


"In 1910, Walter P. Chrysler became works manager for the Buick Motor Company, and then vice president of General Motors in 1919. In 1925, he founded the Chrysler Corporation, and rapidly expanded it to become a serious rival to General Motors and Ford. Chrysler started Plymouth and DeSoto, and in 1928 acquired the large and successful Dodge Brothers Corporation, which had sold two million cars under its own name. In 1934, Chrysler introduced the Airflow, a streamlined car that pointed to the future, but found few buyers. By 1937, Chrysler was building more than a million cars a year. In 1951, Chrysler introduced its powerful 'Hemi' V8. It was continually developed in the 1960s, growing in displacement from 331 cubic inches (5.4 liters) to 426 inches (7 liters) to become a major force in American automobile racing. In 1998, the Chrysler Corporation merged with Daimler-Benz AG to form DaimlerChrysler. Two products of this merger appeared in 2004. The Chrysler Crossfire sports car shares many components with the first-generation Mercedes-Benz SLK. The Crossfire SRT-6 is a supercharged high-performance model with a 320 horsepower version of the standard V6. The Chrysler ME Four-Twelve, produced as a prototype, is a 250-mph, V12-powered, mid-engine supercar billed by the company as the 'ultimate engineering and design statement from Chrysler in terms of advanced materials, aerodynamic efficiency, and vehicle dynamic performance."
—Official description[1]

Chrysler is a brand by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) that also owns the Dodge, Jeep, Ram and SRT brands, as well as Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Maserati.[2] From 1998 to 2007, the company was merged with Daimler AG, the owner of Mercedes-Benz.[3]

Chrysler also owns a number of brands that have been discontinued including AMC, Eagle, Plymouth and Chrysler Europe.


Image Year Name Drive Engine Power Torque Weight Front/Rear
Hor chr 300.png 2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 RWD 6.4L V8
465 hp
(347 kW)
465 ft⋅lb
(630 Nm)
4365 lb
(1980 kg)
54 % / 46 %
FM4 Chrysler 300C.jpg 2008 Chrysler 300C SRT-8 RWD 6.1L V8
425 hp
(317 kW)
420 ft⋅lb
(569 Nm)
4178 lb
(1895 kg)
54 % / 46 %
FM4 Chrysler Crossfire.jpg 2006 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 RWD 3.2L V6 - CSC
330 hp
(246 kW)
310 ft⋅lb
(420 Nm)
3239 lb
(1469 kg)
55 % / 45 %
FM2 Chrysler ME-Four Twelve.jpg 2005 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve Concept RWD 6.0L V12 - TT
850 hp
(634 kW)
849 ft⋅lb
(1151 Nm)
2880 lb
(1306 kg)
42 % / 58 %
FM4 Chrysler PT Cruiser.jpg 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT FWD 2.4L I4 - T
220 hp
(164 kW)
244 ft⋅lb
(331 Nm)
3104 lb
(1408 kg)
59 % / 41 %
Hor chr valiant.png 1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T E49 RWD 4.3L I6
302 hp
(225 kW)
325 ft⋅lb
(441 Nm)
3031 lb
(1375 kg)
56 % / 44 %