Chrysler has been teasing an electric concept with the name of Airflow for a few years ago. In fact, the company has at long last revealed a seemingly close-to-production version. It is very simply called the Chrysler Airflow Concept. This vehicle does seem to be a preview of what might be the brand’s first all-electric car. It is due by 2025.
Chrysler Airflow Electric Concept Features
The Airflow does look rather conservative, but not unattractive. This is compared to a number of recent electric cars. However, the nose is really very modest grilles, thus with the upper one which is bearing an illuminated Chrysler wing badge.
However, there’s hardly a sharp crease on the rounded, organic body. The wheel arches are emphasized with taller, wider metal over the fenders. There is a roof that has trendy contrasting paint. Also, the rear has a wide and thin taillight bar.
Inside, the Airflow does have a similarly soft and rounded aesthetic. There is light leather which is found on the doors, dash, and seats. Most of the dash consists of screens, too. However, there is a center screen for driver infotainment, with an instrument screen and screens for climate control on either side. The rear seats do get screens, too. But, in fact, they all look feasible, especially considering the raft of displays in the Jeep Grand Wagoneer. Also, there are some high-tech features which are the ability for each passenger to customize their screens. Moreover, the information can then be sent to other passengers’ screens at will. Then, each passenger position has a camera for the video calling, too.
Therefore, Chrysler was light on mechanical details. Also, all the company did say was it featured two 201-horsepower electric motors. It was one at the front. The other is at the rear for all-wheel-drive. There is also an exact battery capacity that was not given. Yet, Chrysler is saying the range should, in fact, be between 350 and 400 miles. Also, additionally, the car supposedly does feature an SAE Level 3 semi-autonomous driver-assist under the same STLA AutoDrive.
Chrysler Airflow Electric Concept Ready for Market
Chrysler hasn’t explicitly said the Airflow is coming to production, but this concept does look like it’s almost ready for market. The brand also said that its first EV is coming before 2025 which is a step towards going fully electric by 2028