Chrysler 200 EV
Or at least plug-in Hybrid.
But that wouldn’t explain the lack of exhaust pipes. Or the fact that they are so obviously blocked…
I witnessed the car myself and it is 100% quiet when driving. No engine noise.
So it does look like Chrysler is working on an electric version of the new 200. Or at least, using the 200 to test a new electric powertrain.
What do you think?
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too bad you can still see the gas tank under the camo.
They don't put gas tanks right behind the rear bumper anymore. Too many lawsuits.
I wonder if it's a one-off, legally obligated, "just for California" EV like the Fiat 500e, or if it's a real car that anyone can buy.
It must be the ELectric. It has to be. Gas tank underneath and all.
Chrysler was the worlds largest producer of electric cars for many years (most of them sized between a golf cart and a Smart car). They sold that division 2 years ago. Maybe they kept all the R&D "secrets" for future EV models???