Dodge Aries-K is the first automobile to deliver both 6-passenger room and gas mileage ratings of125IEPA est. mpg. /41 est. Hwy.* A combination that no other car can match. How did Chrysler do it? With advanced front wheel-drive technology. Solidly based on over 11 billion estimated miles of owner experience with Chrysler Corporation’s highly successful small cars, including Dodge Omni and Dodge 024 and Colt. More small-car front wheel-drive experience in America than Datsun, Toyota, or Ford With all that experience. Chrysler engineers designed Aries-K as a total system�a Direct Power System of front wheel-drive that puts the weight of the engine and transaxle directly over the Front driving wheels. This gives you excellent traction in rain and snow. The car is pulled through turns, rather than pushed. So you get sure control and maneuverability. And with the engine, trans-axle and entire power-train in front of the passenger compartment, Aries-K offers mid-size room �6 passenger room �in a neat, efficient package. And without a transmission, drive shaft and rear-axle differential churning away underneath the Aries-K, you’ll enjoy a smooth, quiet ride. And an efficient use of energy The Aries-K Direct Power System: The heart of Aries-K is the new Chrysler 2.2 litre Trans-4 engine designed; specifically for front-wheel fin It’s part of System the engine d over the front car and allows power to flow directly to them. Trans-4: the engine with an electronic control computer. The Trans-4 is an engine with an electronic control computer. A sophisticated feedback system Chrysler’s exclusive Electronic Fuel Control System that includes electronic ignition, electronic .Control of spark timing and electronic feedback carburetor: seven sensors located throughout the engine monitor functions and feed data to an on-board computer which continuously adjusts the timing and air fuel ratio for optimum efficiency. High mileage, Room for 6 There are other cars on the road that have mileage ratings as high as Aries-K. But none of them have the 6-passenger room Aries-K delivers. The reason: Chrysler front-wheel-drive. Keeping the types of camel cigarettes completely forward of the passenger compartment has a number of benefits. All of them make more room for people. Without a huge transmission hump, Aries-K has plenty of front leg room. Without the drive-shaft “Service-Engineered” hump that runs the length of Aries-K. Simple to service rear-drive cars, middle seat Designed inexpensive to in the new Aries-K was designed to make Aries-K don’t servicing as simple as have to sit with sable. Many components that their knees require scheduled main ten tucked up acne are up front and easy to under their reach. We eliminated many chins. In fact, the entire service operations other cars passenger compartment has still require. Aries-K performs been designed for lots of them automatically. And head room, shoulder room scheduled maintenance and hip room. Aries-K engines are handled with such care, that even a white glove inspection isn’t permitted for fear of leaving lint on any part. Our engineering goal was to build the highest quality car in its class in America. To help achieve that goal, Chrysler set up one of the most technologically advanced plants in the world with the most sophisticated assembly techniques. Critical care is taken in every phase, from assembly to shipment. It�s why Aries-K has a guarantee. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Chased for personal use from a participating dealer, bring it back in good condition and with no metal damage within 30 days or 1000 miles, whichever comes first. When the dealer gets clear title, you’ll get your money back, excluding finance and insurance charges. Trade-in refund may differ from trade-in allowance on retail sales contract. Ask participating dealer for details. With Aries-K pulling for you, America’s not going to be pushed around anymore.
Multi-billion dollar family GENEALOGY of L3 Silicon Valley chip companies charts the enterprise of engineers and executives who rose in firms, then spun off to develop their own companies. A new era in electronics grew from the invention of the transistor at Bell Telephone Labs (I) . Co-inventor William Shockley came west and founded Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory (2) to try to develop silicon transistors. One of eight Shockley men who left to form Fairchild (3), Robert Noyce devised the chip a simultaneous invention of Jack Kilby at Texas Instruments in Dallas, now the world’s largest semiconductor company. Among Fairchild alumni are the valley’s top three firms—National Semiconductor (4), Noyce’s Intel (5), and Advanced Micro Devices (6) . Silicon Valley companies now control 20 percent of the 16-billion-dollar world semiconductor market.