Chrysler is showing off its latest concept at the New York International Auto Show. It's a Graphite version of its all-electric Airflow Concept that it debuted at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this year. Chrysler calls the Graphite version a "reimagined look at the brand's journey to a fully electric future."
"The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept, the latest version of our all-electric concept, represents the many possibilities on our brand's road to an all-electric future," said Chris Feuell, Chrysler brand CEO - Stellantis. "This new persona of the Airflow highlights the flexibility of the Chrysler brand's future design direction and our ability to create personalities reflective of our diverse customers. As our brand evolves to offer a full battery-electric vehicle portfolio, we are completely rethinking and reinventing the customer experience. Project Ingenuity is an initiative in which we collaborate with customers on our future innovations and services, offering uniquely personalized and delightful customer experiences throughout the purchase, service and ownership journey."
In vivid contrast to the Arctic White model shown at CES, the Graphite concept features a Galaxy Black exterior and Cyprus Copper interior and exterior. Cyprus Copper accents highlight the top of the panoramic glass roof as well as select surfaces of the 22-inch wheels.
Chrysler calls the Airflow Graphite Concept interior "modern and spacious" evoking a "first-class lounge" feel. . It integrates the lightness of Ice Grey and warmth of Cyprus Copper accents to achieve a rich interior feel. The interior boasts premium features and finishes, made from sustainable materials.
The concept features all-wheel-drive capability and is powered by two 150 kW electric drive motors (EDMs), one in the front and one in the rear. The battery is designed to achieve up to 400-miles of range.
Chrysler says it will launch its first battery-electric vehicle (BEV) by 2025 and offer an all-electric lineup by 2028.
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