A great image does gets build up in the minds of people with a rigid name. Chrysler is that name of the build-ups, when they launch their 2025 Airflow. A next-gen futuristic EV just looks like a super-computer in itself. As the EV, gets the chunky SUV body, looks like the getaway ride of that midnight ninja on a mercenary streak. The Airflow could arrive as soon as 2024 as a 2025 model and will serve as a rival to the Ford Mustang Mach-E, the Tesla Model Y, the Volvo XC40 Recharge, and other electric SUVs.
The Chrysler Airflow will be an all-new model from Stellantis, part of the automaker’s expansive EV product plan. The company has already trademarked the Airflow name, which has ties to a historic Chrysler model from the 1930s.
EV Motor, Power, Range
The Airflow concept car has a dual-motor setup with electric motors front and rear. Each provides 201 horsepower, but the company has not released a combined output figure. A single-motor setup with either front– or rear-wheel drive will likely be standard, with this optional dual-motor setup providing all-wheel drive.
Chrysler claims that the Airflow has a 118.0-kWh battery pack that will provide between 350 and 400 miles of range. This would make it competitive with the longest-range versions of today’s EVs from Ford and Tesla.
Dimensions and Performance Specifications
the specific and significant numbers of the dimensions and performance specifications are duly awaited and on hold until the Automaker releases the rest of the information.
The Automaker did released the pricing information on the as the Variants has come out with the alias as Touring for $50,000(est), Limited for $55,000(est) and lastly Pinnacle for $60,000(est).
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