Originally Posted by visitador
Ok, since it is export only and NAFTA hates it, then it is obvious an electronic device, tied to the forward collision warning, that lowers the height of the GC when it perceives it is going to hit a pedestrian so that the human body (or whatever body) is smartly flunk around the GC rather than ran underneath.
Waiter, another Long Island Ice tea please.
While certainly the most creative/in depth guess, Milous stated in post #11483 it had nothing to do with safety.
I was initially thinking the "3,3,3,3,5,6" hint had something to do with the motors... Milous also said its unlikely for the SRT, which would discount anything of the 6.xL displacement... It's also not A/V, interior or color/pattern related.
Could 3,3,3,3,5,6 be some sort of Quadra-lift settings... The first 4x settings would need something unique to differentiate...
This has been carefully described as a feature... Only really relevant to some specific export market, though possibly/likely to come to NA market eventually... Also never before on a Chrysler product.
Since fuel prices are much higher 'down under' could it be some expensive fuel-saving tech that is only cost-effective in those markets... Or when fighting looming CAFE standards?
Sorry for my ramblings... Enjoy a good riddle