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Minivan Pioneer Chrysler Expands to Crossovers With EV Push

  • Brand aims to be fully electric by 2028 with first EV in 2025
  • Executive says large electric sedan and minivan could be added
Chrysler Airflow Concept at CES 2022
Chrysler Airflow Concept at CES 2022Source: Stellantis
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Chrysler, the 96-year-old brand owned by Stellantis NV, will add sport utility vehicles to its line up as it becomes fully electric by 2028, brand head Chris Feuell said.

“You can expect to see us come out with a utility vehicle or two for sure,” Feuell, who became chief executive officer of the Chrysler brand in September, said in an interview from Las Vegas. “I’m really pushing our team to redefine the segments that we are playing in.”