Electricity plays a key role in the hybrid Chrysler Citadel, which offers environmental efficiency with V-8 performance. A gasoline-fed 3.5-liter V-6 engine powers Citadels rear wheels, while the front wheels operate on electric motors. The efficiency delivered by the electric motors allows for more power to drive the rear wheels.
The V-6 delivers 253 horsepower, with an extra 70 horsepower coming from the
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