Conquest tsi=mitsubishi thus the only rwd 4 cylinder turbo I've ever known mitsubishi to produce. Eagle talon plymouth laser and the stealth were mitsubishi same motors trans chassis some minor cosmetic changes akin to the mitsubishi 3000gt and 3000gt vr4 variants and the talon/laser were a variant of the mitsubishi eclipse gs, gst, gsx. None the less all body panels will swap. The 2.4 turbo in the srt4 was designed by chrysler/lamborgini group. After the partnership was over between chrysler and mitsubishi I believe the awesome eclipse that we all know and love was produced for one more year in 1999 but then was dropped probably due to the evo becoming mitsubishi's flagship car.im not saying they dropped the eclipse just the awd turbo and fwd turbo editions. So yes all of those cars had mitsubishi influence in fact the only thing chrysler made were the body panels for there versions of the cars. The motor for the nsrt was designated for the neon and was later carried over to the pt cruiser how ever with out lamborgini or Mitsubishi none of this would have been possible. And again with fiat in control you can bet you're peachy little darts well be seeing something fantstico <----- yes I said that in ItalianDodge started marketing cars with Turbos on 1984 and continued through the mid 90s, then again with the SRT4s in 2000's. During that time the produced more turbo charged vehicles than all other manufacturers combined. None of these vehicles had any Mitsubishi content. Chrysler has built more turbo vehicles than either Subaru or Mitsubishi and for a longer period of time. From 85 through 89 Carroll Shelby built turbo cars based on Dodge FWD models that are true Shelby's that came with Shelby American titles.
I have owned an 85 Daytona Turbo, 86 Daytona Turbo Z, 89 Shelby Daytona and an 03 PT Cruiser GT Turbo (same powertrain as the NSRT).
Dodge knows how to build turbo cars.