Chrysler's EV plans include an electric minivan, CEO says

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The next minivan could be radically different.

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The brand that helped invent the minivan segment may be the first to bring an electric minivan to the world. As commented by Chrysler CEO Chris Fuel in an interview motor instinct Last Thursday, an electric minivan from Chrysler is part of the brand’s plans. Two other SUVs will arrive, in addition to a production Airflow, to make up a potential total of four new Chryslers by 2028.


The minivan may have evolved into a “multi-purpose vehicle”, helping the Fuel do away with what it describes as an old “soccer mom” stereotype. It feels like a Kia on minivan with the latest Carnival, which the brand doesn’t call a minivan in any way, shape or form. Whatever it is, Fuel indicated it would not pacific A total rethink of what a minivan could be but with a battery and electric motor.

In addition to the electric minivan, we know we’ll see a production version of air flow concept shown on CES 2022, This will be Chrysler’s first EV since the brand has gone fully electric and should be ready for 2024. However, according to the CEO, some other SUVs are on the table. They would follow the airflow and arrive at the end of this decade, but the Fuel provided zero additional detail. Chrysler also declined to comment further on its future product portfolio.

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Chrysler’s move to 100% electric comes as no surprise as parent automaker Stelantis intensifies EV plans for its American divisions as a whole. We’ll also see Dodge get serious about EVs this decade with a new Electric muscle car in 2024 And Ram has a plan electric pickup Even by the middle of the decade.

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