Video: FCA Showed Crossover With Eight Screens And No Doors
Concern Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) visited the International Exhibition of Consumer Electronics CES-2020 with a conceptual crossover Airflow Vision. The presentation of the novelty took place in Las Vegas.
Airflow Vision has no doors: the company decided to immediately acquaint visitors with the interior of the future. The concept is announced as a premium next-generation vehicle, ready to offer passengers first-class comfort and advanced technology.
The interior is designed in a minimalist style - with screens instead of buttons, four separate seats and plenty of free space for each passenger. Finishing materials include premium leather, suede and copper.
- In addition to six displays for communication, in-flight information, multimedia and climate settings, the rear passengers have a pair of personal entertainment screens.
- According to FCA, the user interface is intuitive and simple, and passengers can share the information they need on the go.
- Despite its distinctive appearance and crossover status, the concept was based on the Chrysler Pacific minivan in a hybrid modification.
- In the aerodynamic body of the concept, an almost imperceptible diode lighting technology and a thin false radiator grille are inscribed, and the wheels are covered with futuristic fairings.
- The manufacturer did not report on the power unit of the concept.
The Airflow name was used by Chrysler in the mid-30s of the last century, with the release of the world's first streamlined sedan, whose body was tested in a wind tunnel.