The Chrysler Airflow is a new concept vehicle for a fully-electric crossover SUV. Although FCA (now Stellantis) hasn't released full Airflow specs and horsepower ratings, the company says the concept is based on a range of 350-400 miles. That could make it the company's longest-range EV to date.
In terms of tech, the Airflow promises Level 3 semi-autonomous driving capabilities and an advanced drive system leveraging artificial intelligence (AI). The Airflow Concept officially debuted at the 2022 Consumer Electrics Show (CES) to help showcase Chrysler's plan to go all-electric by 2028.
The Airflow Concept utilizes two 140 kW electric motors and all-wheel drive. EV charging times have not yet been released, but the SUV will feature fast charging. How closely this will match up with advanced competitors like the Hyundai IONIQ 5 and Tesla Model Y remains unclear for the time being.
While we do not yet have a release date for the Airflow, Stellantis expects to release its first new EV by 2025. For now, plug-in models sold by the Stellantis family of car brands are limited to PHEVs like the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe, and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4xe.
Chrysler Airflow pricing has not yet been announced. For now, we estimate an MSRP in the range of $50,000 to $55,000 before applicable plug-in rebates. Barring any surprises, the Airflow may qualify for a full $7,500 federal EV tax credit as well as state incentives if approved for production.
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Pictured: 2025 Chrysler Airflow Concept