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Chrysler was founded in 1925 by Walter Chrysler. Chrysler Group LLC is an American based, automaker headquartered in Detroit. One of the first cars Chrysler was a 6-cylinder engine, designed to provide customers with greater comfort at a good price than they might expect. The original Chrysler in 1924 and included a carburetor air filter, creating a high compression engine, full pressure lubrication of the engine with added and the oil filter. The functions of most vehicles in this time yield to Chrysler. Among the novelties in the early years were the first practical automobile produced in mass production, hydraulic brakes on all four wheels. Engineering system has been almost entirely on Chrysler. Chrysler developed wheel-bellied RIM. It was eventually adopted by the global auto market..
In 1928, Chrysler Corporation began to divide their proposals automobile price range and features. Mark in Plymouth, which was a 4-cylinder engine Chrysler has introduced the lowest price. In 1928, Chrysler bought Dodge Brothers and the line of trucks Fargo. Beginning in 1955, imperial, previously the high end model of the Chrysler brand, became a separate class of its own, and in 1960, the Valiant was launched likewise as a distinct marque.
During World War II, virtually all of Chrysler's facilities are dedicated to building military vehicles. Jeep appears to light after Chrysler acquired American Motors Corporation. One of the most significant contributions to Chrysler during the war is not in the vehicle and on radar. In 1955, it to compete with rivals Lincoln and Cadillac. In 1998, Chrysler and its subsidiaries signed a partnership called "merger of equals" with German Daimler-Benz AG and the subsequent creation of the combined entity Daimler Chrysler AG.
Daimler subsequently acquired Chrysler, to the surprise of many shareholders, following the retirement of the CEO of Chrysler - Bob Eaton. According to Daimler Chrysler, the company named Daimler Chrysler Motors Company LLC, referred to as the United States - Chrysler Group. In 2007, Daimler Chrysler declare the sale of 80.1% of Chrysler Group to American firm Cerberus Capital Management The deal was finalized on the third in August 2007.
In April 2009, Daimler AG signed a binding agreement to give up its 19.9% remaining stake in Chrysler LLC Cerberus Capital Management and pay $ 600 million to the Fund for the automaker. In 2009, the new company Chrysler is formally known as Chrysler Group, the federal government funded the deal with the U.S., with 6.6 billion dollars. The transfer does not include 8 production plants, nor many parcels of real estate or equipment leased. On May 24, 2011 Chrysler has repaid EUR 7.6 billion in U.S. and Canadian government.