CHRYSLER AIRFLOW CONCEPT
The new look debuts this week at the New York Auto Show.
Chrysler’s portfolio is sparse and dated, but parent company Stellantis has plans to change that by 2028. The Chrysler Airflow Concept that debuted earlier this year is a preview of the company’s upcoming electrification efforts. The car looked ready for production when it launched, but Chrysler will “unveil a new look” for the concept at the New York Auto Show on April 13.
Chrysler teased the concept’s new styling by showing off a redesigned front grille lighting element. It looks very similar to the grille treatment on the first concept, but the new one is a tad more abstract. There isn’t the outline of the winged Chrysler badge in the new lighting arrangement. Sadly, that’s all that’s revealed in the teaser, so it’s unclear what other design changes Chrysler will make to the model.