Chrysler Group LLC’s acceleration of a closely guarded engine program dubbed Tiger Shark suggests a new aggressiveness for the auto maker’s unfolding powertrain strategy. Details of the program are a mystery even to key company personnel, but informed sources tell Ward’s production of the revamped 2.4L inline 4-cyl. World Engine now is set for early 2011, having been pulled ahead several months. Applications could run the gamut of Chrysler’s C- and D-segment entries. Long-term, Ward’s ...
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