Where Are Chrysler 5.7 Hemi Engines Made & How Much Horsepower Do They Produce?

Chrysler’s HEMI engine design dates back to the first-generation Hemi produced in the early 1950s. The Trenton Engine Plant, located in Trenton, Michigan, built U.S. production hemispherical combustion chamber engines (from which the HEMI brand name derives) from 1952 through the 1970s, including the famed 426 HEMI. While the 426 HEMI engine’s short eight-year production run represents a small blip on the automotive history timeline, it cemented the HEMI name in the minds of performance cars for generations. In

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