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The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept Bows at the 2022 NYIAS

The Airflow Graphite Concept is a promising vision of Chrysler’s EV future


  • The Chrysler Airflow first broke cover at CES 2022.

  • The Graphite concept shows the Airflow’s sleeker side.

  • It is highlighted by its Galaxy Black exterior and Cyprus Copper accents.


As we know, Chrysler will launch its first EV by 2025 and go full EV by 2028. While this is not the first time we get to see the Chrysler Airflow Concept, this the first indication that the brand is looking to spice things up.

The Stunning Chrysler Airflow Concept Bows at CES 2022

The already ultra-aerodynamic-looking Airflow has been jazzed up for the New York Auto Show and given the Graphite moniker. The latter refers to the combination of the Galaxy Black exterior shade and Cyprus Copper accents, found both on the body and inserted throughout the expansive interior. With the enormous panoramic glass roof 22-inch wheels, the Airflow Graphite Concept looks sleek indeed.

“The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept, the latest version of our all-electric concept, represents the many possibilities on our brand’s road to an all-electric future,” said Chris Feuell, Chrysler brand CEO – Stellantis. “This new persona of the Airflow highlights the flexibility of the Chrysler brand’s future design direction and our ability to create personalities reflective of our diverse customers. As our brand evolves to offer a full battery-electric vehicle portfolio, we are completely rethinking and reinventing the customer experience. Project Ingenuity is an initiative in which we collaborate with customers on our future innovations and services, offering uniquely personalized and delightful customer experiences throughout the purchase, service and ownership journey.”

Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept | Photo: Chrysler

The Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept features a fully-connected STLA SmartCockpit which is powered by STLA Brain. It enables the integration of digital, work and home environments, all in sync to create a personalized experience for every passenger. As part of the STLA Brain, the Airflow will include STLA AutoDrive capable of delivering Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities.

As far as performance is concerned, the all-electric Chrysler Airflow Concept is powered by a pair of 150 kW (201 horsepower) electric motors which can be replaced by larger motors in the future. The Airflow is capable of delivering up to 400 miles of range along with fast-charging functionality.

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