March 3, 2004
Chrysler introduces supercharged Crossfire SRT-6
Geneva, Switzerland – The Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 was revealed at the 74th Salon International de l’Automobile in Geneva. The Crossfire SRT-6 features a hand-built 330-horsepower 3.2-litre supercharged engine, performance-tuned ride and handling characteristics, world-class braking, functional performance-themed exterior design elements, and interior appointments designed to delight the performance enthusiast.
“The Crossfire SRT-6 defines performance for the Chrysler brand, and offers driving enthusiasts an absolute dream,” said Wolfgang Bernhard, Chief Operating Officer, Chrysler Group. “We took an incredible car and applied street and racing technology. The result is a world class, confident performer from Chrysler.
The 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 joins the 500-horsepower Dodge Viper SRT-10; the 230-horsepower Dodge SRT-4; and the world’s fastest production pickup truck, the Viper-powered Dodge Ram SRT-10.
Formed at the 2002 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the SRT organization brings together Chrysler Group’s extensive motorsports engineering expertise, its Dodge Viper development team, and its Mopar Performance Parts engineers to form SRT.