Chrysler wants to change electric vehicles by 2028

Chrysler wants to change electric vehicles by 2028-wants

When Fiat Chrysler Automobiles merged with the PSA Group to form Stellantis in 2021, the future of the Chrysler brand was still unclear. It is now clear that Chrysler will specialize in electric vehicles. By 2025, the brand’s first pure electric car should be on the road. From 2028 there will be no more vehicles with internal combustion engines in the Stellantis brand. Freely based on our own focus “Clean Technology for a New Generation of Families”.

Stellantis gives a glimpse of the future with an electric crossover concept called the Chrysler Airflow. The company expects the tech-packed crossover, which will allow passengers to participate in video conferences and serve as an extension of their digital lifestyle, will have an electric range of 563 to 645 kilometers. The Airflow has Level 3 autonomous skills through the Stla AutoDrive system developed in collaboration with BMW and can be upgraded wirelessly.

“It definitely goes in the direction we want to take with our future designs. Something very elegant and dynamic, which is very important. Battery electric vehicles must be aerodynamic in order to achieve the desired range. But we want to do it in a very beautiful way, in an interesting way.- Christine Feuell, CEO Chrysler

The Airflow underscores the advances Stellantis will make through three new technology platforms – STLA Brain, STLA SmartCockpit and STLA AutoDrive – to be launched in 2024. As Stellantis goes on to explain, the Chrysler Airflow is based on the STLA Brain software architecture. A system that, according to the automaker, uses over-the-air updates to “break today’s bond between hardware and software generations, allowing software developers to quickly develop and update features and services without affecting the having to wait for new hardware to be launched.”

Feuell concludes: “The brand will focus on offering clean mobility and seamlessly connected solutions that truly enhance the driving experience, but also change the perception of what is possible from a traditional car manufacturer.”

Related articles

Please follow and like us:

2 thoughts on “Chrysler wants to change electric vehicles by 2028”

  1. Impressive announcement! Impressive design. I keep asking myself why the Germans don’t manage to develop a car with a design. The wandering kidneys, the sea cucumbers, the luxury tanks. Why is so much focus on technical madness in Germany than simply on great cars. And yet we are so far behind technologically.

    Reply

Leave a Comment