Everything We Know About the Chrysler Airflow EV

Chrysler is set to offer an incredible-looking electric vehicle for 2025. It is called the Airflow, which is a name some Chrysler fans might recognize as the name of one of Chrysler's old model lines in the 1930s. Today's Airflow is set to be an innovation in artificial intelligence, self-driving capabilities and the luxury that drivers in Fredonia have come to expect from Chrysler.

The Airflow sits somewhere between the sporty Chrysler 300 and the family friendly Pacifica. It sits on the STLA Medium platform and will be a compact crossover that is expected to be able to travel up to 400 miles on a single charge.

Chrysler Airflow EV Interior

One of the amazing aspects of the Chrysler Airflow will be its spacious cabin. The roof of the cabin is glass, and the design of the Airflow is highly futuristic. Chrysler offers the EV with multiple screens across the dash. There will be a menu-based format on each screen that will allow for personalization.

Chrysler fans around Dunkirk will likely recognize many of the features in the Airflow. This is because the Airflow utilizes the floorplan and layout of the Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivan. Currently, there are four slim-back pedestal-mounted bucket seats. However, some versions of the Airflow will offer a bench seat in the rear. We love the simplistic yet elegant layout of the Airflow, and the interior of the Chrysler Airflow will offer a mix of both suede and leather upholstery for a comfortable interior. Those who have checked out the concept car reveal that the Airflow will be highly futuristic in its interior design.

Chrysler Airflow Exterior & Performance Features

The exterior of the Chrysler Airflow will offer a futuristic, yet familiar, feel, as well. It will feature large tires hugged by elegant fenders. An LED headlamp stretches across the front of the Chrysler Airflow, which is an innovative light signature that will make the Airflow easily recognizable. The taillight of the Airflow is also reminiscent of a racing-style taillamp. We expect the Chrysler Airflow to be in the same class as some of the top hitters in the EV market around Jamestown.


The Chrysler Airflow is slated to offer a dual-motor setup with electric motors front and rear. Each motor is expected to offer about 200 horsepower. The single-motor setup is expected to be the standard powertrain, and this will likely be a front- or rear-wheel drive. The dual motor is likely to be an all-wheel drive setup.

Chrysler Airflow Safety Features

The Chrysler Airflow is expected to offer Hamburg, NY drivers a plethora of driver-assist features, as well as the typical safety features you'd expect to find: airbags, anti-lock brakes and more.

The Chrysler Airflow will offer pedestrian protection that is coupled with automatic emergency braking plus forward collision warnings. Lane-keeping assist and lane-departure warnings will also be standard safety offerings in the Chrysler Airflow. Adaptive cruise control is set to be an available safety feature in the upper level trims of the Chrysler Airflow.

One safety feature that many are excited about is the Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities set to be a part of the Chrysler Airflow's safety system. Chrysler is developing the STLA Brain, which will offer the SmartCockpit and the autodrive features mentioned previously. The SmartCockpit will act as an extension of digital, work and home environments to give drivers the best of all three worlds. The chief purpose of the SmartCockpit is to make the drive as seamless and as safe as possible. The STLA Brain will offer drivers over-the-air updates to the vehicle's software in order to provide drivers with the latest in safety technology.

Chrysler Airflow Electric Technology Features

Many of the safety and technology features of the Chrysler Airflow go hand-in-hand. STLA Brain will download updates regularly using a Wi-Fi hotspot to keep the vehicle running in top shape and providing the latest in safety updates too.

All Chrysler Airflow EVs are expected to offer multiple screens for multiple occupants. Not only will there be an infotainment screen for the driver, but also the front seat passenger. Rear-seat entertainment systems featuring both the entertainment system itself, as well as two rear-seat screens for passengers in the back. There will also be a central infotainment display. Like the safety system, the infotainment system will also be able to take over-the-air updates.

Trim Levels

The Chrysler Airflow will be available in the following trim levels: 

  • Touring 
  • Limited 
  • Pinnacle

The Airflow's entry-level trim is expected to offer a 118-kWh battery pack that will offer drivers up to 400 miles of driving range. Experts expect the Limited and Pinnacle trims to offer an available dual-motor setup with all-wheel drive. These top trims should also have an extended driving range when equipped with this optional powertrain setup.

Other major differences in the trim levels of the Chrysler Airflow will include the AI software offerings of each trim. All three trims are expected to offer some type of STLA Brain. This software will be part of the SmartCockpit, delivering features such as navigation, voice commands and AutoDrive.

The Airflow's trims are still under development, so exact information about what each trim level will offer is unknown.

You can be sure that we'll update our customers here in Fredonia as we learn more about what the 2025 Chrysler Airflow will offer, so keep an eye out for those! In the mean time, feel free to come get a taste for what's to come by exploring the rest of our Chrysler models.

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