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  1. Mopar / FCA News
    Allpar’s sources have again confirmed that a straight-six is in the company’s future, but perhaps it’s just a little further off than we thought. The latest word is that the straight-six is going to Trenton and, likely, Dundee, with one high-volume line and one low-volume line. Chances are any...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    A brand new FCA in-line six-cylinder engine, turbocharged to meet or beat 5.7 Hemi power ratings, with a smoother torque curve, is on the way. The first vehicle to get it might be the Jeep Wagoneer or the next-gen Grand Cherokee, but it’s also bound for the Charger and Challenger, and may...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    As Fiat Chrysler’s new four-cylinder engines are hitting dealer lots, the company is reportedly working on a  brand new straight-six engine  to go along with it. The original plan was to use boosted versions of the Pentastar V6, but either size or power constraints made that less practical...
  4. Mopar / FCA News
    Allpar’s sources are again saying that a new inline six-cylinder engine, officially known as GME T6 — in the same family as the Wrangler’s eTorque/Hurricane — is “closer than we might think.” The engine may or may not keep the Tornado name; there’s no catchy name for the new four-cylinder...
  5. Mopar / FCA News
    Speculation.  The new FCA in-line six-cylinder — reportedly dubbed “Tornado” — will have to fit into some tight spaces. Because of that, we don’t expect the block to be a “four-cylinder with two more holes tacked on.” Sources expect a displacement of just under 3.0 liters (versus the...
  6. Mopar / FCA News
    Speculation. Chrysler/FCA US engines have long been tagged with the names of Allied fighters as their product names — the major exception being the Demon’s, so it would not be leaked as easily . Those names include Eagle (5.7 Hemi), Apache (392), and Hurricane — the forthcoming four-cylinder...
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