Chrysler hasn’t done it yet Connecting an electric carYou can jump into the future in another way, but Stellantis is at least willing to give hints at what that future might look like. Stellantis brand for the first timeCES previews the next-generation of electric vehicles with the Synthesis cockpit concept. It is also the basis of the two-seater demonstrator. Level 3 Autonomous DrivingTechnology assumes you will not take the wheel in certain circumstances.
The 37.2-inch infotainment screen area offers media and navigation controls. However, it is also useful when self driving is active. You can make your own music, participate in video calls and sing karaoke. Although it’s not clear how this will integrate into a production vehicle (there is no steering wheel), Chrysler joins Mercedes-Benz, Tesla and other automakers to offer in-car entertainment and productivity applications to drivers.
Artificial intelligence plays an important role, not surprising. The virtual assistant syncs your schedule and smart home with weather updates to the car. Aggregation can monitor your charging status and analyze your calendar. It can also turn on your lights when you return home. The cockpit can also learn your preferences and recommend restaurants that have good parking and cargo spaces. Over-the air updates promise easier improvements to both the cabin technology as well as the autonomous driving system.
Chrysler is also following the trend Eco-friendly interiors. Both seats have vegetal-tanned covers, with “recycled trim”, while the dashboard deck is entirely made from recycled plastic. Chrysler claims that even the flooring is made with responsibly sourced walnutwood. The Airflow concept from last year inspired the overall look.
It isn’t clear when you’ll be able to see tuning elements in Chrysler vehicles. The company previously stated that it would introduce an electric vehicle in 2025 and have a full range of vehicles in 2028. This still leaves Chrysler behind other vehicle badges (including Stellantis marquis). like Maserati)Already, electric vehicles and advanced infotainment systems are used by many companies. The US company seems to be at least consolidating its transformation plans, and it won’t count on them. minivan hybridIt took too long.
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