2011 MOPAR CHRYSLER 300 SEDAN
Mopar, the Chrysler Group’s in-house performance and styling brand, has introduced several upgrades for the latest Jeep vehicles, as well as standalone versions of the newest Dodge Charger and Challenger models. Now, the Detroit firm’s tuning division is onto its next project sprucing up the new Chrysler 300 sedan with a range of custom grilles and bespoke alloy wheel designs.
According to Mopar, all custom grilles fit within the original grille-surround with no modifications required and are covered by the manufactures warranty.
A sophisticated dashboard-mounted UConnect Touch infotainment system is set to take on Ford’s MyTouch by offering numerous convenience and connectivity features. Chrysler says that the 8.4-inch screen – just over an inch smaller than an Apple iPad is the largest standard screen in the segment.
ENLARGEMENT ECOBOOST ENGINE IN FORD S-MAX AND GALAXY
Ford announced the changes that have occurred in power rulers minivans S-Max and Galaxy. And the easiest way to do this of course is by reprogramming the car’s engine controller. Superchips Ltd has developed a new firmware upgrade for the European version of the four-cylinder EcoBoost currently found on the refreshed S-Max and Galaxy minivans, as well as the Mondeo.
Ford joins range of European motor modifications minivans S-Max and Galaxy new 1.6-liter turbocharged gasoline engine series EcoBoost. Unit power is 160 hp, maximum torque 240 Nm in a range from 1600 to 4000 rpm. The new software from Superchips results in a power gain of 40 bhp at 5,648 rpm, with the company claiming that performance increases from 1,500 rpm to the rev limiter. Maximum torque is also improved by 67 Nm at just 2,065 rpm.
The ECU upgraded is suitable for all Ford S-MAX 2.0-liter, 203 PS Ecoboost models produced from March 2010 onwards.