Chrysler Airflow Vision concept debuts at CES-2020January 2, 2020
Under a familiar name, the American company Chrysler “hides” a new concept car. Whether Airflow Vision is a conceptual version of a completely new model from Chrysler or whether a preview of the new branding style is still unknown.
The American brand will introduce a new concept called Airflow Vision at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, USA. Under the same name, in the distant 1930s, a sedan was shown with crazy aerodynamics in every sense.
The brand new Airflow Vision is based on the plug-in hybrid performance of the Chrysler Pacifica minivan and, according to the brand, is “a first-class car for traveling.”
The interior of the Airflow Vision concept is designed to meet all modern requirements. Of course, there is a couple of ambiguous solutions in the concept cabin – in particular, we are talking about a pair of bucket seats for the first and second row. But most things look quite normal – even screens, one of which acts as a dashboard, and the other as an infotainment system. There is also an additional screen – it is located in front of the front passenger seat.
When you look at the body of the Airflow Vision concept, you can be surprised most. With wheels that look like they are “built-in” into the bodywork, the exterior of this car seems somewhat futuristic and certainly not ready to go on sale today. Nevertheless, we present to you the design of the Airflow Vision LED outdoor lighting, which includes a streamlined element at the rear of the car and a large “blade”, which, apparently, is located across the entire width of the front of the concept, as well as design elements that Chrysler plans to include in its future cars.
Whether Airflow Vision is a conceptual version of a completely new model from Chrysler or is this a look at the company’s new design style is still unknown. In any case, the presentation of the conceptual version of the minivan gives us hope that the brand plans to further develop this type of car.
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