The articles I read says its an AMG-designed engine. Obviously since AMG
primarily modifies Mercedes engines, its no doubt heavily influenced by
Mercedes. But an AMG engine is no more or less a Mercedes than a Keith
Black Hemi is a Chrysler or a Falconer is a Chevrolet.
Here's a real good story on the car that was posted on turbododge.com
Tom Heintz "Mopar Maniac"
I disagree. AMG is wholly Mercedes-owned and is essentially there
in-house tuning arm. It's a Merc engine in my book (and in my database
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It's a Mercedes concept and if it goes into production it will
essentially be a Mercedes model.
Why they are calling it a Chrysler I have no idea.
Again with the halo. Chrysler already has a "halo". It's the Viper.
Even the viper is prices beyond the means of 99% of anyone considering
buying a Chrysler. This V-12 "Merc that wants to call itself a
Chrysler" would be priced even higher and production numbers even
lower than the Viper.
Chrysler had a "halo" car that was shown at the Detroit Auto Show in
Jan. 2000. It was the Hemi 300 convertible, and we could have been
driving them 2 years ago if Daimler didn't takeover Chrysler.
Why would I want to reach you?
Why are you posting private information like that? Are you nuts? Is
that someone else's phone number - and not yours?
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