Video Interview: Inside Chrysler's vehicle electrification engineering strategy

  • 09-May-2011 06:56 EDT
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Jay Iyengar

Applying electrified-systems technologies across a full-line vehicle portfolio, while reducing cost and building production scale, are challenges facing all OEMs. In this exclusive video interview with AEI at April's 2011 SAE World Congress, Chrysler’s Jay Iyengar, Global Director and Chief Engineer for Electrified Powertrain Systems, talks about her company’s strategy to create modular HEV and EV componentry for sharing across product lines. Click on to view.

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