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Monday, January 20, 2020

Chrysler has resurrected its Airflow into an athletically premium crossover

As we all knew, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) was listed as one of the participants who attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) and has exhibited its newest concept car with fully-digital cabin technology named Chrysler Airflow Vision
Chrysler Airflow Vision concept car for the CES 2020 where the interior is effectively all-digital, with six screens handling the experience for the driver and passengers. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/38cofTg)
Actually, the 'Airflow' is an aerodynamic sedan that was introduced by Chrysler to the US market in the 1930s, but for the present model that comes in 2020 by using the same name is said as an athletically sculpted premium crossover vehicle with a distinctive appearance and strong focus on user experience.
The company's today sophisticated concept car name derived from 1934 Chrysler Airflow. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Tvgzr0)
Inside the cabin, it has been equipped with six screens to pamper the driver and passengers. As reported by Engadget, the only physical buttons in the cabin are the starter button and the navigation button on the steering wheel. Besides that inside the interior is also equipped with ambient lighting and a slim profile chair that allows more spacious legroom and personal storage.
Left side view of Chrysler Airflow Vision concept car at the CES 2020. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/38fmZ1p)
It was also stated that Airflow Vision prioritizes a user interface that is "safe, easy to use and understand," with a system that is simple, consistent and readable so that it will not disturb the driver. This interface can also be personalized based on individual tastes. It is also possible to share photos with anyone in the cabin, for example, if the driver wants to tell the route to the passenger.
Rear left side view of Chrysler Airflow Vision concept car at the CES 2020. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Tvgzr0)
There's also the LED exterior lighting and a large blade that appears to span the width of the concept’s front end and other elements could well be incorporated into its future vehicles. Besides that, this Chrysler's concept also featuring a highly unusual wheels design.
Rearview of Chrysler Airflow Vision concept car at the CES 2020(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Tvgzr0)
There is no more detailed information about the performance of the car itself. The concept car is based on the Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid system, but it is not yet clear whether this will be a hybrid car, fully electric-powered or something completely different. 

The thing to remember is, the concept car made by Fiat Chrysler is still in the prototype stage. And we thought also that the Chrysler Airflow Vision is too outlandish a concept to be anywhere near production lines.
But if it managed to get into the production line, then at least there should be minimal changes in order to meet the needs of users who are accustomed to driving with physical buttons. Due to physical buttons are also useful for reducing interference when driving. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FCA | ENGADGET | GULFNEWS | MOTOR1 | CAR ADVICE | AUTOBLOG]
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