Since its debut at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show, Chrysler’s Airflow EV Concept has remained relatively quiet on the news front, leaving enthusiasts eager for updates. With the Pacifica minivan as its sole offering by the end of 2023, the brand has been notably sparse in its vehicle lineup.
In a bid to diversify its range, Chrysler is poised to unveil another EV concept car. However, specifics regarding this upcoming concept remain elusive.
Nevertheless, if this concept progresses to production, it would bring a welcomed expansion to Chrysler dealerships, which have predominantly featured minivans since the departure of other models.
Chrysler has announced that the unveiling of this new EV concept will take place next week, on February 13th, at 5:01 am Eastern Time. While the teaser image provides little concrete information, it hints at Chrysler’s commitment to crafting a futuristic-looking concept car.
What we do know is that Stellantis, Chrysler’s parent company, possesses three EV platforms that could expedite the journey of this concept from drawing board to assembly line.
Speculation abounds regarding whether this concept might serve as a replacement for the Chrysler 300. Observing the forthcoming production version of the Dodge Charger could provide insight into how Chrysler and Dodge plan to integrate Stellantis’ EV architecture.
More details about this concept car are expected to be revealed on February 13th. Stay tuned for updates.