Chrysler Portal

FCA US Debuts Chrysler Portal Concept at CES 2017: Next-generation Family Transportation Designed by Millennials for Millennials

Summary: 
  • Visit the Chrysler Portal concept microsite
  • Forward-thinking interpretation of the “fifth generation” of family transportation focused toward the millennial generation
  • Designed from the inside out, the interior offers the driver and passengers a “third space” – an open and serene atmosphere that bridges work and home
  • The mono-volume exterior centers around an illuminated, portal-shaped articulating front, and rear doors that allow for easy ingress and egress
  • The electric-powered Chrysler Portal concept is estimated to have more than 250 miles of range on a full charge
  • DC Fast Charge (350 kW) recharges the battery pack with 150 miles of range in less than 20 minutes
  • In-vehicle wireless network seamlessly integrates with mobile devices to enable community social sharing among passengers and internet cloud-based applications
  • Suite of sensing technologies enables SAE Level Three semi-autonomous driving mode; Chrysler Portal designed to upgrade to Level Four autonomous driving, if desired
  • The Chrysler Portal concept was created in collaboration with supplier partners who shared their innovations and expertise to bring to life future technologies. These partners include Adient, Magneti Marelli, Panasonic Automotive and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
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  • Visit the Chrysler Portal concept microsite
  • Forward-thinking interpretation of the “fifth generation” of family transportation focused toward the millennial generation
  • Designed from the inside out, the interior offers the driver and passengers a “third space” – an open and serene atmosphere that bridges work and home
  • The mono-volume exterior centers around an illuminated, portal-shaped articulating front, and rear doors that allow for easy ingress and egress
  • The electric-powered Chrysler Portal concept is estimated to have more than 250 miles of range on a full charge
  • DC Fast Charge (350 kW) recharges the battery pack with 150 miles of range in less than 20 minutes
  • In-vehicle wireless network seamlessly integrates with mobile devices to enable community social sharing among passengers and internet cloud-based applications
  • Suite of sensing technologies enables SAE Level Three semi-autonomous driving mode; Chrysler Portal designed to upgrade to Level Four autonomous driving, if desired
  • The Chrysler Portal concept was created in collaboration with supplier partners who shared their innovations and expertise to bring to life future technologies. These partners include Adient, Magneti Marelli, Panasonic Automotive and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
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