FCA to present Airflow Vision Concept that anticipates the future of Chrysler

As it happens every year, fans of bold electronic solutions and new technologies, whether or not related to the automotive industry, will closely follow the CES 2020 to be held in Las Vegas, between 7 and 10 January. Most manufacturers are keen to present their models, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is one of them.

The FCA Group has already announced its lineup for CES 2020, and among the cars that will be exhibited at the show, there is a new and interesting concept: the Airflow Vision.

Offering multiple display screens, the user can access needed information and determine how it’s displayed.
Offering multiple display screens, the user can access needed information and determine how it’s displayed.

Named after the 1930s Chrysler Airflow aerodynamic sedan, the Airflow Vision builds on the dimensions and flat floor of the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid to provide a first-class travel experience. Built on the principles of depth, hierarchy, consistency, and legibility, the user will be able to see and experience the interface in a way that is safe, easy to use, and understand.

The interior of the Airflow Vision creates a spacious environment for all occupants. With slim structure seats, ambient lighting, luxurious touchpoints, shoulder space, and personal storage for each passenger, the rest of the design seems reasonable and ready for production. On the instrumentation side, we have the appearance of several screens, including one that sports the infotainment system, as well as an additional screen placed in front of the front passenger seat.

Seating uses a unique slim structure that rests on a pedestal base, enhancing comfort and roominess.
Seating uses a unique slim structure that rests on a pedestal base, enhancing comfort and roominess.

The exterior features an athletic profile, long wheelbase, sleek lines, and wide stance that creates a dramatic persona and aggressive, yet elegant silhouette. With wheels that seem to be integrated into the body, the exterior of this concept has reached the final phase of the production. However, the American manufacturer did not provide any information on its production and availability.

Finally, it is worth mentioning that FCA will exhibit for the first time the Fiat Concept Centoventi on American soil. In addition, the Jeep brand is utilizing CES to showcase three plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, the first step in the brand’s plan to offer electrification options on all models by 2022. All Jeep electrified vehicles will carry a new “Jeep 4xe badge.”

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