The Chrysler Brand is reimagining the mobility experience through innovative technology, connected experiences and a commitment to full electrification by 2028.
Though it may come as a shock to those who love them, in 2023, fans of the brand will see both the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger discontinued. Though it may signal the end of an era, brighter things are on the horizon, and a new, powerful, and fast electric muscle car will be making its way to consumers in 2024.
Chrysler’s future is electric. The brand’s boss hinted in early 2022 that Chrysler could have up to three electric vehicles in its lineup by 2028. According to a new report, the automaker showed its dealers an upcoming electric sedan that might just be the successor to the gas-powered 300.
Production of the Chrysler 300 will end in 2023. The company plans to give the full-size sedan a fantastic send-off, though. On September 2022, the company debuted the 2023 Chrysler 300C, a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 limited-series model.
Good news for Chrysler: Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares today said the brand will be “relaunched” with “gorgeous” new models.
With just two models in its lineup, one of which is the ancient 300 sedan, the Chrysler brand has been teetering on the brink of extinction for some time. But no longer. At an event outside of Amsterdam today to discuss the future product strategy for the 14-brand Stellantis empire, CEO Carlos Tavares said that “Chrysler is one of the emotional pillars of the former FCA. It’s important for us to give this brand a future and opportunity to rebound,” and that “Chrysler will be relaunched.” He added that the coming Chrysler models “look really gorgeous,” which is something that CEOs always say about future products.
We expect one of the first new models to be an electric compact crossover called the Airflow that will compete with the Tesla Model Y, Ford Mustang Mach-E, and Volvo XC40 Recharge. While presenting the company’s strategic plan, which Stellantis is calling Dare Forward 2030, Tavares added that the Chrysler brand would be fully electric by 2028, whereas the overall target in the U.S. across all of its brands is to get to 50 percent of total sales of passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks by 2030.
Chrysler’s first EV, the Airflow crossover, is rumored to enter production in 2024. If this 300 replacement is real, expect it to arrive shortly after.
The 2023 Chrysler 300 starts at $33,545 for the base Touring model. The more popular and recommendable Touring L trim starts at $37,240. V8 power is available starting at $45,350, and the powerful, range-topping 300C begins at $55,495.
The good news here folks, is that we will have these new Chrysler models for lease in 2024, just next year.
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