Chrysler Reveals Its Electrification Plans With The Airflow Concept

The Airflow Concept is a preview of Chrysler’s electric future

Chrysler unveiled the Airflow Concept at the ongoing CES 2022. It is a preview of the brand’s electric future

It is based on Stellantis’ EV architecture. Up front, there’s a slim grille that wears the Chrysler wing logo and is flanked by sleek LED headlights on either side. It rides on 22-inch wheels and comes with Celestial Blue cladding

There’s a slim LED strip that runs the entire width at the rear. Overall, it looks like a smart crossover concept and can make it to production as it is

The cabin follows a light-color theme and feels air. There are lounge seats upholstered in soft leather. Vegetable-tanned leather and recycled material has been used for other parts here

Behind the tri-tone, flat-bottom steering wheel is a digital instrument cluster. The center console houses a landscape-oriented touchscreen system, and a screen for the HVAC controls under it

Other features here include a touchscreen for the passenger, panoramic roof, and ambient LED lighting. The Airflow Concept also comes with STLA AutoDrive technology, a Level 3 driver assistance suite

The Airflow Concept features two electric motors – one each at the front and back – that put out 402 horsepower combined. This also means it’s an all-wheel-drive model. The battery capacity is not known, but Chrysler estimates a range of 350 to 400 miles

Chrysler mentioned that its first EV will come out in 2025 and all the cars it sells from 2028 will be EVs only. So, don’t expect the production version of this concept to come out any time before 2025

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