2025 Chrysler Airflow Concept EV Revealed
If you’ve been following the advance of EV technology in the past decade, you’ll surely have noticed that more and more “traditional” auto manufacturers are taking large strides in the development of newer, more efficient battery and electric motor technologies. Every so often, we get to check out the release of a new EV that truly impresses us, and that’s exactly the feeling we’re expecting when the newest Chrysler electric car, the Chrysler Airflow, which releases sometime in 2024 or 2025. It’ll be a while before you see a Chrysler Airflow for sale at Weimer-area dealerships, as Chrysler makes design changes and also works with the setback of an ongoing microchip shortage. That being said, we’re excited to share with you what we know so far. Keep reading to learn more about the Chrysler Airflow EV – and be sure to contact us if you have any questions!
2025 Chrysler Airflow is Highly Efficient, With Competitive Range
When a new vehicle is released to Smithville drivers, the powertrain is always an immediate subject of attention. On one hand, when a new gas vehicle comes out, people want to know how much power it can put out, at the sacrifice of how much fuel it consumes, always looking for a sweet balance. In the case of a newly released EV, consumers, including ourselves, want to know how much torque-heavy electric goodness can be delivered to the pavement, and how long it can do that before it needs to be charged again. Again, power output vs. consumption comes into play.
As it’s been teased by Chrysler’s parent company, Stellantis, the new battery and electric motor technology found in the ‘STLA Medium’ EV platform (what we’ll likely see powering the Airflow) boasts some impressive figures that mean the Chrysler Airflow could reach up to 440 miles on a full charge. This number puts it in direct competition with other gas-giants-turned-EV-developers such as Ford and Volvo. Even the Tesla Model Y will likely need to stop at a charging station, as the Airflow drives on for another 100 miles or so.
Watch the 2025 Chrysler Airflow Reveal Video
We Excitedly Await the Arrival of the 2025 Chrysler Airflow at Oviedo Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT
We won’t sugarcoat it: it’s going to be at least a couple of years before we get to see the Chrysler Airflow for sale in the US, or anywhere else for that matter. In the meantime, Chrysler does have some impressive Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid vehicles that drivers around Giddings have been enjoying for a while now! Check out our new vehicle selection online, and be sure to bring your trade-in vehicle with you, as we’d love to get you a trade-in estimate right away!
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