Chrysler Isn't Dead Yet, and This New Production-Ready EV Concept Proves It

Chrysler’s newest production-ready concept is dominated by screens and lots of cool tech

Don't dismiss the Chrysler brand yet because Stellantis showed off all new vehicle at their EV Day event

For years, the carmaker has been working on a two-row SUV-like vehicle, with inspiration drawn from cars like its Java and Portal concepts

It was presented by Chrysler’s Chief Design Officer Ralph Gilles. It even has a fake top grille characterized by the Chrysler wing

along with Its sporty-looking thin LED headlights

The profile is aggressive and sporty with highlights such as the floating roof and integrated door handles

The cabin is high-tech and reminiscent of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, especially in terms of the number of digital displays

The largest is located in the center of the dashboard, complimenting the fully digital instrument panel located behind the steering wheel

Large screens serve both front and rear passengers

Chrysler could name this car the Atlantic. It will have around 500 miles of range from a single charge and should be out by 2024. Swipe up to learn more!

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