When Chrysler introduced the Airflow in 1934, it was a car that was possibly too far ahead of its time. The first American effort at an aerodynamically styled car, it was that styling that did it in, and production only ran for four years. At the 2022 CES, the Airflow debuted again — this time as a crossover EV with a scheduled production date of 2025. The Airflow will be Chrysler's first electric vehicle with a targeted range figure of 350-400 miles. Chrysler pitched its STLA Brain and STLA Cockpit OTA update platform, along with level three autonomous driving capability. Chrysler plans to move to a fully-electric lineup by 2028.