Chrysler XI-2220
Photos from the Walter P. Chrysler Museum, Auburn Hills, Michigan (Closed 2012)

by Kimble D. McCutcheon

The XI-2220 was an experimental liquid-cooled inverted 60° V-16 developed by Chrysler during World War II, and flown in 1945 in a Republic XP-47H. It was rated at 2,500 hp @ 3,400 rpm. One of the three remaining engines was on display at the Walter P. Chrysler museum. The other two are at the New England Air Museum and National Air and Space Museum.