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Chrysler Synthesis Cockpit Demonstrator Previews Brand’s First EV

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If you were banking on Chrysler to showcase the same Airflow Concept at CES 2023, be prepared to be amazed.

Regrettably, we have not yet seen what Chrysler’s first electric vehicle will look like on the exterior. However, thanks to the Chrysler Synthesis cockpit demonstrator, we now have a better idea of its inner design and technology! Following up with their unveiling of the Airflow Concept at CES 2022, this two-seater is meant to symbolize an advancement in reviving and transitioning the brand.

Chrysler has created “Harmony in Motion”, an extraordinary integration of modern and sustainable interior design with the advanced technology Stellantis offers. Experience a new level of user-friendliness, connectivity, and efficiency as you take your first journey through North America with this groundbreaking technology.

To add to that, the Chrysler Synthesis is powered by three AI-enabled Stellantis systems: STLA Smart Cockpit, Brain and AutoDrive. Its incorporation into a production vehicle will be seen first in 2025 with Chrysler’s introduction of its inaugural electric car – becoming the pioneer among all Stellantis brands in North America.

The STLA Brain electrical design is in perfect harmony with the cutting-edge STLA Smart Cockpit infotainment system. Across 37.2 inches (945 millimeters) of sleek black glass, both front-row passengers can experience an array of integrated advanced technology that runs seamlessly from one to the next.

Utilizing highly advanced AI technology, the user interface can improve and optimize over time as it “grasps” its owner’s preferences. Moreover, through OTA (over-the-air) dexterity, software features can be swiftly created or modified.

With a virtual personal assistant at your service, you can stay connected while on the go. It helps with schedule and route planning by syncing to calendars, allows for multi-tasking while driving autonomously, and provides information about parking and charging possibilities nearby as well as e-commerce services. Additionally, it connects devices in your home so that they all work together seamlessly – making life easier than ever before.

The Chrysler Synthesis highlights the capability of OTA update/upgrade-capable STLA AutoDrive, which provides Level 3 self-driving that allows you to take your hands off the wheel and eyes away from the road.

Drawing inspiration from the Airflow Concept, Chrysler Synthesis has crafted a truly remarkable interior. The cockpit features luxurious vegetable-tanned seats wrapped with an arctic upcycled chrome-free soft trim and constellation perforations for increased comfort and style. Additionally, using recycled materials such as post-industrial plastics and ocean plastics, the instrument panel is sure to impress even the most discerning eye. To top it off, textile-infused walnut flooring adds both visual charm and durability that’s hard to beat.

By 2028, Chrysler has promised to offer an entire battery-electric assortment for consumers, despite having no current all-electric model in their lineup.

Source: Chrysler

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