The race for EVs is getting hotter by the day, and Stellantis is determined not to be left out. Stellantis, the big billion dollar marriage product between Fiat Chrysler and Groupe PSA, plans to offer many fully electrified and hybrid cars before the end of 2025.
On the bigger scale of things, Stellantis plans to deliver new hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric models before the end of the 2025 calendar year. As you might have guessed, the Chrysler brand will not be left out. As such, if you’re excited by the idea of leasing a Chrysler EV, you may have to hang on for a while. But rest assured that it won’t be for long.
Stellantis is accelerating its plans and upping its spending on EV platforms, batteries, plants, and technology—all towards actualizing its goal of delivering fully electric vehicles. If all things work out as planned, Stellantis can be a major player in the EV auto space. Not quite long ago, Stellantis thrilled the world with a teaser of what could be the first Chrysler EV during the Stellantis EV day.
Following the Stellantis EV day, there was so much speculation and excitement, especially for Chrysler fans. The 90-minute presentation to reveal Stellantis’ EV plan for its broad lineup was greeted with lots of applause. But what intrigued most people was the mysterious Chrysler branded crossover that showed for a few seconds on the screen. While no details were given about the Vehicle or its nameplate, it is easy to read between the lines, fix tiny bits of information, and arrive at a possible guess that a Chrysler EV SUV is around the corner.
While little is known about the Chrysler EV, it appears clearly as an electrified car; besides, that was a Stellantis EV day. On the inside, the spacious and rich cabin sports many big screens. The visible panel gaps on the dash and center console, the screens, which are likely for infotainment and gauge clusters, and another at the center console for seating controls are all evidence of a futuristic product, as that would have been too generous to be in a mainstream product.
Stellantis has already hinted that this concept will be based on the STLA Large electric drive module platform. And going by what can be grasped from the data on the screens of this concept, the appearance of the 400 miles could be a reference to the incoming EV’s driving range per charge. The graphic display of 183 kWh of ‘total energy’ could hint at the battery pack. Nevertheless, it is safe to assume that the incoming Chrysler EV will boast between 101, 118 kWh to 183 kWh battery pack and up to 400 to 500 miles of range.
Chrysler is yet to release more information about the incoming EV, but we can always hope that this EV will give the Chrysler badge a push to the level it has always been before. Care to lease a new EV or hybrid at satisfying lease bargain? Reach out to VIP Auto, 1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305 https://viplease.com/.