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Chrysler plans first BEV by 2025

Stellantis subsidiary Chrysler has announced the plan to launch its first battery electric vehicle (BEV) by 2025 and a future all-electric Chrysler vehicle lineup. The automobile manufacturer also revealed the Chrysler Airflow Concept.

The Airflow Concept features a dynamic design proportion, with a low ride height and streamlined, two-tone roof line that achieves an elegant yet athletic profile while increasing EV range. The inner sanctum augmented by the Airflow Concept’s panoramic roof that allows daylight to stream into the cabin. The brand is committed to delivering the fully electric vehicle lineup by 2028 that will be produced using clean manufacturing processes and made with recyclable and renewable materials, the company said.

The new connected vehicle isn’t simply about moving from point A to point B. The Chrysler Airflow Concept reinvents the customer experience by integrating the STLA Brain platform and STLA SmartCockpit to deliver seamless connectivity to transform the experience for driver and passengers, the company said.

Chris Feuell, Chrysler brand CEO, Stellantis, said, “The Chrysler Airflow Concept represents the future direction of the Chrysler brand, providing a peek at the dynamic design, advanced technologies and seamless connectivity that will characterize the full-electric portfolio we plan to reach by 2028.”

“The Chrysler Airflow Concept represents the start of the brand’s journey toward a fully electrified future. It is the result of a thoughtful synthesis of the full arsenal of Stellantis’ connected vehicle technology– inside and out. The design features a decisively elegant aerodynamic exterior and a modern, sophisticated interior that takes the customer on a new level of digital delight,” Ralph Gilles, Chief Design Officer, Stellantis, said.

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