Chrysler Airflow EV crossover concept to start production in 2024
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, Airflow Vision Concept starred on Chrysler stand. More than a year later, Stellantis Used Her EV Day to show what looks like a running and rolling development of the Airflow Vision Concept, but the automaker did not mention any name for the product. Finally, at one point during the company’s Software Day this week, the company brought intersection again, only this time it has a name: Chrysler Airflow.
The Stellantis roadmap contains blanks in the new 2022 and 2023 reveal columns for the Chrysler brand. Vehicle and Driver trust Airflow could be one of Chrysler’s new product launches in 2024. The automaker hasn’t provided any details yet, so most it can do with the Airflow is examine the parts that it doesn’t. Stellantis talked about and see which one fits. OEM has filed a Brand app for the name Airflow in 2019 and 2021. CD assumes that the five-seater production car will run on the STLA Medium platform and be about the same size as Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4.
The STLA Medium architecture will serve high-end services for the C and D segments, which will be suitable the battery Backs up between 87 kWh and 104 kWh and two e-motor sizes – a smaller motor making between 168 and 242 hp and a larger motor with between 201 and 443 hp. The maximum possible range is 440 miles, depending on battery and motor combination. Platform between Small STLA and Big STLA, a fourth STLA Framework is delivering vans and trucks.
Just before a four-minute video showed Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares at the helm of the Airflow, the automaker’s head of software said: “It’s closer than you think and more than a concept. pure.” The video shows a bunch of screens lining the dashboard, plus a few more at the rear, as well as what looks to be luxurious materials and the mandatory panoramic sunroof. The company aims to achieve 20 billion euros (US$22.7 billion) in software revenue by 2030, it said, “The Chrysler Airflow concept demonstrated during the Stellantis Software Day showcase represents the future of connected vehicles.” The first thing we’ll see are likely three new software platforms planned for 2024, all powered by AI.
CES 2022 is not far away and Stellantis has told us there is a big announcement for 2022. If either of those events officially declare the Chrysler brand, it will get something new, fresh and new. advanced for sale together with Pacifica and 300, we think there will be more than just a small round of applause. The Airflow segment is shown during the Software Day live stream at 52:03 in the video above.