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When the most recent new Chrysler is a Pacifica minivan, only preceded by the very dated 300 full-size sedan and the now-defunct 200 “baby fish mouth” small sedan, you know the brand has some work cut out for it. That’s why we were pleasantly blindsided by the unveiling of the Chrysler Airflow EV Concept, a slick electric crossover that looks like it could be the next big chapter for the American brand. Looking more like something that came out of the UK rather than the midwest, the Airflow exhibits a whole new design language for Chrysler with thin headlights and taillights, refined lines, and a sleek and gently sloping roofline. The Airflow has between 350 to 400 miles of all-electric range, artificial intelligence to learn driving habits, Stellantis Brain technology for digital life integration, and Level 3 autonomous driving. Look for Chrysler to make good on the Airflow in some form of production by the year 2025, as well as a fully electric lineup by 2028.

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