Chrysler Fulfilling Promise To Add New Vehicles

July 20th, 2022 by

Concept Kendall Dodge

Chrysler has built many cars over its rich history, dating back to over a century ago! However, the current line-up leaves many customers wondering what happened to all the nameplates and options they had. Well, Chrysler isn’t going out of business or going out of style as the brand is growing from its lone sedan option, the Chrysler 300, and adding more vehicles to win yearly awards like the famed Chrysler Pacifica and Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan have done for over half a decade and counting. Replacing the Chrysler Town and Country to go with the more sophisticated Chrysler Pacifica as the main and sole option was smart back in the middle of last year. Sticking with the 300, despite the vehicle becoming less known after enough time in production, we can see the benefits the brand has seen in these choices. So, what will be added to the lineup of options?

Awaiting the New Chrysler Effort

Chrysler will first launch the Chrysler Airflow SUV that will arrive in 2024. The all-new 2025 Chrysler Airflow is an EV that will begin the process of the many planned EVs set to arrive for the brand and its larger parent company, Stellantis. The 2025 Chrysler Airflow contains two 201-horsepower electric motors, one per axle, indicating the vehicle has all-wheel-drive. The Chrysler electric driving range is expected to be roughly 350 to 400 miles on a single charge. The Airflow nameplate was one used almost 90 years ago, nearly as storied as the Chrysler brand itself. 

The first Chrysler Airflow was first produced and sold in 1934 with a futuristic design at the time that contained aerodynamic design ideals that helped glorify the shape of cars for generations. All the controls for easy access gave the ride a safe and unparalleled driving experience and the same is secured for the passengers of the upcoming Airflow, as Alfa Romeo automakers offered the ideal space to travel in convenience and the Airflow will take from this design. Customers gain a silent electric-powered ride that is as sharp as any on the market today. The expected price when the vehicle arrives sometime in 2024 is around $50,000 MSRP. Safety is one very important measure for Stellantis and their brands with their newest vehicles. We want to help any of our customers drive the newest Chrysler products at Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram. 

Shopping Has Never Been Easier In 2022

We have a friendly and passionate sales team that will make your buying, leasing or selling needs. Come check out everything with have to offer, including everything in our large new vehicle inventory. If you’re wondering if you should buy or lease? We can help you make the right decision. From trade-ins to selling, we’re ready to provide a solution. 

Our professional service team handles repairs and regular maintenance daily. With a simple online appointment, we can get started making you a happy customer. We look forward to seeing you soon at Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram. We’ll see you soon!