Chrysler Airflow Concept: good and bad…
The Chrysler Airflow concept has finally been unveiled officially. And it is, as we’ve seen before, a nice-looking EV.
The specs are fine, with a projected range of 350 to 400 miles. Based on an all-new EV platform called STLA. And fast charging etc… Which is all fine.
What is not fine, is the 2025 release date for a production version. While the Concept looks fine, it doesn’t look better or more modern than a Hyundai Ioniq 5 or Kia EV6. Or even the Mustang Mach E. I’m afraid that in 3 years, this will not look modern at all. But just OK.
The Kia EV6 already has much nicer proportions.
If it doesn’t look super modern it’s just because it’s not. As we first saw a version of the Airflow concept 2 years ago (HERE)
As for the range, I am sure that by that time, many of its competition will also offer over 350 miles.
While I really love the idea of “finally” seeing a new modern Chrysler. I am afraid this will just be filed under “too little too late’. Unless they quickly add more models to the lineup right after this one.