By mid-2008 available in Germany compact car Dodge Caliber SRT-4 present belonging to the American car manufacturer Chrysler Group from Illinois claims to be the most powerful front-wheel drive in the world. With its turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder turbo engine, the SRT-4 Dodge Caliber easily compete with the industry leaders Golf GTI, Opel Astra OPC or Focus RS in the prestigious race for the crown in the compact class, with whom he its 295 hp is at least superior to the performance levels of about 20 percent. In concrete terms, this means an enormous torque of 363 Nm, 245 km / h maximum speed and 6.7 seconds for the sprint from zero to one hundred for the visually accordingly beefed up U.S. compact sedan. The fuel consumption is comparatively unspectacular with an average of 8.9 liters. To trim the already powerful impression machine Denden car even more to "Pocket Rocket", the Dodge designers from the Street and Racing Technology Department have the bigger sized grille, among other things, the hood provided with a racing air scoop for the fresh air and fitted the rear of the Caliber SRT-4 with a massive diffuser. Reinforce the imposing look 19-inch light-alloy wheels with 225/45 R19 tires. As an additional eye-catching two-XXL chrome sleeves to worry about the tail pipe for the ultimate in tuning the look of the Dodge Caliber SRT-fourth The interior shines with more refined Dodge contoured sports seats, equipped with a non-slip pads pedals in aluminum look and a cockpit where the tachometer is the focus of interest. The trick, however, is an inconspicuous digital display that can show, among other things, the values for the longitudinal and lateral acceleration and the measured time for the sprint from zero to one hundred.