July 5, 2022

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Chrysler will only release electric cars from 2028

Chrysler will only release electric cars from 2028

Chrysler, an American brand affiliated with the Stellantis Group, announced on Wednesday that it will only release electric cars from 2028.

This new strategy starts with the prototype unveiled at the CES Tech Show in Las Vegas, which will be available by 2025 and is currently known as the Chrysler Airflow.

“The Chrysler Airflow prototype represents the future direction of the Chrysler brand, providing insight into dynamic design, cutting-edge technologies and connectivity, which characterizes the all-electric portfolio we plan to offer by 2028,” said Chrysler brand manager Chris Fuel. In a statement.

In particular, the car provides tools in the passenger compartment to “allow each passenger to have their own experience” and to connect to their respective digital lives on different screens. It is equipped with driver assistance systems and its battery has a range of 350 to 400 miles (563 to 644 kilometers).

Founded in 1925, Chrysler is slowly entering the electric vehicle race that currently engages major American manufacturers.

Following the GMC Hummer and Cadillac lyrics, General Motors will unveil the electric version of its famous Chevrolet Silverado pickup on Wednesday.

Ford announced its share on Tuesday that it will almost double the production capacity of the electric version of its F-150 pickup, the best-selling vehicle in the United States.

Purchased by Fiat in 2009 at the time of bankruptcy, the manufacturer struggled to climb the Chrysler slope and only offers two vehicles in its catalog, the Chrysler 300 and the Chrysler Pacifica.

Stellantis, the parent company of Peugeot, Fiat, Opel or Dodge, plans to invest లియన్ 30 billion in its electrification by 2025, of which 15 to 20% will go to software.

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