We have wondered for some time when Chrysler would have more vehicles to add to the rather small lineup of just two, the Chrysler Pacifica Minivan and 300 Sedan. Well, it looks like that time has come with the potential of Chrysler having a new Electric Vehicle (EV) to launch a commitment to introduce a full line of EVs under the lonely brand going all-electric by 2028. That move looks to start with the Chrysler Airflow that Stellantis has introduced at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in concept form.

Even though CES 2022 was limited due to our current pandemic state, the show has spawned many new introductions in the automotive world with most being in EV form, and Chrysler’s new Airflow looks to be one of their many hits.

Chrysler Airflow side

The Chrysler Airflow Concept looks as if it is almost production-ready but the company umbrella, Stellantis, says Chrysler won’t have an EV hit the road until 2025. However, the Chrysler Airflow looks promising as it would rival vehicles like the new Ford Mustang Mach-E, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Nissan Ariya, and many others in the EV crossover landscape.

Chrysler Airflow side rear

Powering the Chrysler Airflow Concept is a pair of 150-kW electric motors, one at each axle for an all-wheel-drive setup. In terms of specific specifications, Chrysler has not revealed much and leaves us to speculate based on the motor size that the Airflow may have about 375 horsepower, a battery pack large enough for a range of 350-400 miles that Chrysler has promised, and overall performance to run

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By: Malcolm Hogan
Title: New Car Preview: Chrysler Airflow Concept
Sourced From: www.automotiveaddicts.com/76135/new-car-preview-chrysler-airflow-concept
Published Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2022 15:14:23 +0000

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