Airflow isn't really a new name for Chrysler. This name has existed since 88 years ago. The name Airflow was first used by Chrysler for a streamlined design car that launched in 1934.
88 years later, Airflow is back as a concept electric car that also introduces Stellantis' latest electric car platform, STLA. Chrysler Airflow is also equipped with advanced technology associated with the new platform.
Starting from the backbone, Chrysler Airflow is equipped with a “brain” software architecture called STLA Brain which has over-the-air (OTA) connection capabilities.
Stellantis said STLA Brain provides Airflow with high flexibility and features can be updated without changing the model or hardware.
STLA Brain is also the basis for advanced features in this car, such as the STLA SmartCockpit which has an Artificial Intelligence (AI) application.
If you look at the cabin, the Chrysler Airflow dashboard is filled with screens including a digital instrument screen and a central head unit screen.
Not only STLA SmartCockpit, STLA Brain is also an integrative feature computer STLA AutoDrive that has Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities.
In terms of performance, the Chrysler Airflow is equipped with two all-wheel-drive electric motors, each with a power of 150 kW or 204 hp.
Stellantis mentioned that the Airflow concept is designed to accommodate larger electric motors so that there is the potential to have performance variants.
Although the battery capacity is not mentioned, Stellantis claims the Airflow has a battery with a range of between 563 km to 643 km.