The Chrysler G-70 was an automobile in the middle class produced by Chrysler in Detroit in the 1926 model year.
It replaced the first Chrysler car, the B-70 and represented the middle model. The car had a side-valve six-cylinder in-line engine just like its predecessor but with 3582cc displacement and with a power output of 68bhp (50 kW). Power was sent from the engine through a single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission with floor shift, to the rear wheels. All four wheels had hydraulic brakes. Seven different body styles were available, these were mainly unchanged from the previous.
The following year saw the G-70 replaced by the Series 70 after 72,039 cars had been made.