Chrysler, since its downsizing, has shifted its focus on three elements, the three cars that it currently makes and sells: sedans, convertibles and minivans. The carmaker exited the coupe market in 2006, after seeing lackluster sales of their Crossfire model. The Crossfire was an innovatively designed coupe that was offered as a roadster, convertible, coupe, hatchback and hardtop. The Mercedes-built, 3.2-liter six-cylinder engine offered a meager 215 hp, but the SRT-6 sports trim (2005) boasted a 330 hp turnout. After just two years on the market, Chrysler pulled its coupe and shifted its focus.