The 2025 Chrysler Airflow is one of the most advanced cars of the future. It’s an attractively designed small crossover previewed by a concept that appears to be quite near to reality, and it’ll likely ride on a new EV platform called STLA Medium from Chrysler’s parent company, Stellantis. According to early estimates published by the business about its new battery technology, the Airflow might have a driving range of up to 440 miles. The Airflow might debut as early as 2024 as a 2025 model, competing with the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Tesla Model Y, Volvo XC40 Recharge, and other electric SUVs.
Chrysler Airflow Power and Performance
The Chrysler Airflow concept automobile is powered by two electric motors, one in front and one in the back. Each produces 201 horsepower, although the manufacturer has not disclosed the total production amount. A single-motor configuration with either front- or rear-wheel drive will most likely be normal, with this optional dual-motor configuration giving all-wheel drive.
Range, Charging, and Battery Life
The 2025 Chrysler Airflow 118.0-kWh battery pack will provide it with a range of 350–400 miles. This would put it on par with the Ford and Tesla EVs’ current longest-range models. As the information on EPA range estimates becomes available, we will update this section. Eventually, we intend to run the Airflow on our actual 75 mph highway range test.
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Chrysler Airflow Interior Concept
The 2025 Chrysler Airflow concept has four seats, but the actual model is probably going to have a more traditional five-seat configuration with a rear bench. The glass top and modern architectural features give the cabin an airy, roomy appearance. Despite the fact that Chrysler has not published dimensions, the rear cargo compartment appears to store a good quantity of cargo.
2025 Chrysler Airflow Price and Release Date
An official release date has still not been published, despite the second iteration of the Airflow having just recently been introduced. Pricing for the Chrysler Airflow has not yet been disclosed. For the time being, we project an MSRP of between $50,000 and $55,000 before any available plug-in subsidies. If the Airflow is authorized for production, it may be eligible for the entire $7,500 federal EV tax credit as well as state incentives.