Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced its lineup for CES 2020 and the main exhibit will be the Airflow Vision concept.
Called the Airflow Vision, the concept features a spacious cabin with seating for four. The real highlight is the dash which features multiple digital screens, including for the instrument cluster, the infotainment hub, and the climate settings. Yes, FCA could start replacing more physical buttons and knobs with touchscreen interfaces in the future.
Based off of the artwork supplied by Chrysler, the Airflow Vision’s interior appears to be designed with reality in mind. Sure, there’s concept kit such as a pair of wild-looking bucket seats for both the vehicle’s first and second rows, but most things appear reasonably production-ready even the screens that make up the gauge cluster and infotainment controls, as well as the additional screen placed ahead of the front passenger seat.
Nevertheless, we imagine the Airflow Vision’s LED exterior lighting designs, which include a wrap-around element at the rear of the vehicle and a large blade that appears to span the width of the concept’s front end, preview styling elements that Chrysler plans to incorporate into its future vehicles.
The automaker also said the concept’s wheel design was inspired by the internal workings of an electric motor, suggesting that the concept might feature an battery-electric powertrain.