Chrysler Presents the Electric Car of the Future

A presentation of the futuristic concept car - the Chrysler Airflow Vision - was held at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

According to ABOUTCARS, Fiat Chrysler has prepared a large exhibition for CES 2020. The main show stopper was the Chrysler Airflow Vision. The futuristic hatchback is based on the platform of the hybrid Chrysler Pacifica PHEV, but differs in electric drive.

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The exterior of the model is made in the style of biodesign, and the interior with four individual seats is full of electronic technologies. Light leather and suede finishing with simple concise forms creates a sense of lightness and spaciousness. The background LED lighting with individual settings for each passenger completes the picture.

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The exterior of the model is made in the style of biodesign, and the four-seater saloon with individual chairs is replete with electronic technology. Light leather and suede trim, as well as simple concise forms create a feeling of lightness and spaciousness. Background LED illumination with individual settings for each passenger complete the picture.

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The dashboard combines several high-resolution digital displays that provide a variety of information for both the driver and his companions.

The new concept of the user interface allows you to configure all the data displayed on the screen and share it among all passengers.

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Numerous copper-colored decorative elements and rotor-like wheel covers are designed to emphasize the electrical component of the concept. A thin band of LEDs connects the headlights together. Easy access to the car interior is provided by wide wing doors.

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It is interesting that the name of the concept recalls an iconic model from Chrysler’s history. Airflow sedans and coupes were produced by the company from 1934 to 1937 under the Chrysler and DeSoto brands. A wind tunnel for blowing large-scale body parts was actively used in the process of designing this car.

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For its time, the Airflow was one of the most advanced production cars in terms of aerodynamics and inspired numerous competitors. Not many people know that it was the Chrysler Airflow that served as the basis for designing the first Toyota — the AA model.

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Despite its conceptual status, the Chrysler Airflow Vision allows you to imagine the direction in which the company's design and technology will develop in the near future.

1936 Toyota AA - the first production model of the company 1936 Toyota AA - the first production model of the company

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