• The Chrysler Airflow Concept Wears Its Graphite Tux For The New York Auto Show

The Airflow Concept is still very far away from a production version

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Do you remember the Airflow Concept Chrysler unveiled at the CES 2022? It was a first glimpse of the company’s future design philosophy, and also the first step into electrification. The automaker plans to fully electrify its lineup by 2028.

Three months later, the concept is back into focus, but this time wearing different finishes for both, the exterior and the interior. The new version, called the Airflow Graphite, made its world debut at the 2022 New York Auto Show.

What’s different on the new Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept?

The Chrysler Airflow Concept Wears Its Graphite Tux For The New York Auto Show Exterior
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The exterior design is identical to the initial concept car, with the exception of the exterior paint. Unlike the first version which featured a cool Arctic White finish, the new one is finished in Galaxy Black - a color inspired by a sophisticated urban mindset that feels at home navigating amid big city skylines.

The black finish is combined with Cyprus Copper used for random accents and the panoramic glass roof. The same Copper finish was used for the new set of 22-inch wheels.

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For the interior, Chrysler went with a combination of Ice Grey and the same Cyprus Copper accents used for the exterior.

Under the hood, it retains the same powertrain as the concept displayed at CES: two 150 kW electric drive motors, one in the front and one in the rear that deliver a combined 402 horsepower. While Chrysler still didn’t say anything about the battery, we know it offers a range of 400 miles.

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"The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept, the latest version of our all-electric concept, represents the many possibilities on our brand’s road to an all-electric future," said Chris Feuell, Chrysler brand CEO - Stellantis. "This new persona of the Airflow highlights the flexibility of the Chrysler brand’s future design direction and our ability to create personalities reflective of our diverse customers. As our brand evolves to offer a full battery-electric vehicle portfolio, we are completely rethinking and reinventing the customer experience. Project Ingenuity is an initiative in which we collaborate with customers on our future innovations and services, offering uniquely personalized and delightful customer experiences throughout the purchase, service and ownership journey."

Alina Moore
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