Many signs point to Chrysler launching the EV model Airflow. However, not all details have been confirmed. The concept was revealed by the company. The compact crossover could have been inspired by the Stellantis EV platform, which Chrysler parent Stellantis owns.
Stellaris will be known as STLA Medium. Stellaris has revealed its latest battery technologies. The Airflow is capable of driving up to 44 miles. As a 2025 model, the Airflow may be available as an option in 2024. It will be competing with electric vehicles like the Ford Mustang Mach-E or the Tesla Model Y.
What’s new in 2025?
As part of Chrysler’s extensive range of electric vehicles, the Chrysler Airflow will be the first model. Already, the company has registered the Airflow brand name and connected it to an older Chrysler model from the 1930s.
Transmission, Engine, and Performance
According to information Chrysler has released, the Airflow will be powered by electric motors that produce between 261 horsepower (167 horsepower) and 261 horsepower (167 horsepower). It is possible to have a single motor configuration, either with rear-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. A dual motor configuration is also possible, which allows for all-wheel drive.
Range, Charging, and Battery Life
Stellaris claims that vehicles built on the STLA Medium platform will have a range of up 440 miles. We don’t know what this will do to Airflow but it is expected to be able to travel 300 miles to maintain its position alongside long-range EVs such as Ford and Tesla. As EPA range estimates become available, this page will be updated. We hope to test the Airflow using our 75-mph highway test.
Connectivity and infotainment
Airflow’s concept has multiple display screens. These screens include screens for drivers and passengers and one central screen which displays information screens and entertainment screens for rear-seat passengers. Chrysler is open to the idea of future upgrades to its majority models.
The Chrysler Airflow is powered by two 201-horsepower, all-wheel-drive Chrysler Airflow electric engines. The Chrysler Airflow’s electric range is between 350-400 miles on a single charge. This nameplate is almost as old and was used for decades before the brand was introduced. In 1934, the original Airflow was launched. Airflow’s aerodynamic design promoted future car designs. The vehicle was not a huge success but it was a promising idea that could be turned into a production car.
Every seat has a color touchscreen. The vehicle also has unique carpets made of recycled materials and tanned leather in vegetable colors. Full claims that the Chrysler brand will be able to produce an electric vehicle by 2025. All of the Chrysler brand’s vehicles will be electrified by 2028. Recent changes to the Chrysler Pacifica have included more technology. The brand is committed to offering customers more than ever.
The concept electric vehicle is a stunning design, but it’s only Chrysler’s second attempt after the 1979 model. Although there was talk of a 2007 model, it never came to fruition. Chrysler has many things to offer customers. Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram invites you to experience the difference. There are many options available for customers who are interested in Chrysler’s new cars. We want to make shopping enjoyable. NowCar makes it simple to shop for a Pacifica van.
Ice Grey is the dominant color in the cabin, with contrast trim in the same Cyprus Copper hue. The cabin boasts high-quality finishes and features. This creates a space that is comfortable for everyone, from work to play. You can also get updates via the internet to your infotainment system. Each passenger can make video calls using the built-in cameras.
This concept’s tech highlight is STLA AutoDrive. It allows Level 3 semi-autonomous and autonomous driving. This driver-assistance system was created in partnership with BMW. It allows the driver to let the vehicle make decisions in certain situations such as freeway driving and limited-access highway driving. This allows the driver the freedom to engage in other activities while they are away from the wheel.
Airflow Graphite’s powertrain has remained unchanged from the previous version. Two electric motors provide all-wheel drive capability and a peak output of approximately 400 horsepower (300 megawatts). This design allows for more powerful and larger electric motors to fit, potentially hinting at a better-performing model. The electric Chrysler could travel between 350-400 miles (643 km) with a single charge, according to estimates.
2025 Chrysler Airflow Price & Release Date
Although the Airflow 2 was unveiled just a few days ago, no official release date has been announced. Stellaris anticipates releasing its first battery electric vehicle (BEV) by 2025, although we don’t yet know Airflow’s release date. Stellantis’ plug-in models are currently limited to PHEVs such as the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe.
Pricing for the Chrysler Airflow has yet to be announced. We currently estimate an MSRP of between $50,000 and $55,000, before any plug-in rebates. If the Airflow is approved for production, it may be eligible for both a $7,500 federal tax credit and state incentives.
It is difficult to determine which vehicles are considered competitors for the Airflow, as we have only received the official specs. However, some potential contenders include the Volvo XC40 Recharge and Audi e-Tron, Tesla Model Y, and the upcoming Hyundai IONIQ 7.