Report: Fiat MultiAir technology coming to Chrysler engines
The latest information from Fiat suggests that we can expect MultiAir to be available on four-cylinder Chrysler powerplants beginning in 2011. MutliAir will be featured in Chrysler's "World" engines, including the 2.0 and 2.4-liter powerplants. By applying MultiAir to the 2.4-liter engine found in the Sebring, Fiat claims that horsepower would jump from 173 hp to 190 hp while at the same time increasing efficiency by 25 percent and low-end torque up to 15 percent. With gains across the board, MultiAir looks like a no-compromise solution for the future. With all the benefits of MultiAir, Fiat's bold claim that all automakers will adopt its technology sounds logical, but still not probable.
[Source: Green Car Advisor]
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