Chrysler has taken the wraps off the “Airflow Vision” concept car this past week at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Although using the same dimensions and flat-load floor as the American company’s road-going Pacifica hybrid minivan, the design study takes on the form of a large hatchback-come-crossover.
“Simplified to its purest artistic expression, the Airflow Vision reimagines a muscular body that flows into and becomes one with the wheels. The wheels are inspired by mechanical elements of an electric motor and give the sense of motion similar to the internal mechanisms of a watch,” reckons Chrysler’s design team.
The interior, on the other hand, is described as envisioning “the next generation of premium transportation and user experience”. Details include the use of a light colour palette, ‘premium’ suede and leather materials, and a slim-shaped seating system designed to deliver increased legroom and shoulder space.
All of the above is promised to offer passengers “a home away from home” as well as “a first-class travel experience”.
No production plans have – thus far – been announced for the show car.