CES 2020: Chrysler Airflow Vision concept

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New Chrysler CES concept shows the brand’s possible new direction

Chrysler has a large presence at CES this year, with a stand that measures some 6000 square feet. Displayed there are a multitude of new Jeep Hybrid plug-in hybrid models, the FIAT Centoventi concept from last year’s Geneva show, and Chrysler’s newest concept car, the Airflow Vision Concept.

The Airflow Vision is a four-seat sedan based on the flat Pacifica minivan floor plate.

The roomy interior sits in a crossover-type body, with flared wheel arches that extend all the way around the wheels. Chrysler describes it as “a muscular body that flows into and becomes one with the wheels.”

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