Street & Racing Technology (SRT) is an automobile group of Stellantis North America. It was founded in 1989 as Team Viper. The team was originally put together to develop the Viper. Later, it merged with Team Prowler. The latter was the developer of the Plymouth Prowler. The merger created a division called Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE). And it was renamed Performance Vehicle Operations (PVO) from January 2002 until around 2004. In 2004, all the PVO vehicles used the SRT brand. And the development team was also renamed SRT in the same year. SRT used to produce automobiles for the brands under Stellantis. In 2012, the parent company turned it into a separate brand. But in May 2014, it was re-consolidated under Dodge.
SRT has its naming convention for its auto parts. The number that follows the prefix indicates the number of engine cylinders. For example, the Chrysler 300C SRT8 had a V8. The Charger SRT-8 also has a V8 engine. The Ram SRT-10 has a V10. There are various models in the current lineup of the division. SRT has made six engines so far, and one derived engine. The first two were 8.3-liter naturally aspirated V10 and 2.4-liter turbocharged Inline-4. Most of them are sold in the US. But the Chrysler 300 SRT is only sold in Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East.