Chrysler has dropped its second teaser image of its upcoming HALCYON Concept car. The new concept vehicle comes after the announcement that the much-anticipated Chrysler Airflow and Airflow Graphite Concepts would not be coming to production.
This new HALCYON Concept will instead not be intended for production, but rather as a stepping stone for the brand to showcase a sustainability-driven exterior and interior design, full autonomy paired with personalized driving experiences and futuristic technology that expands on the brand’s new “Harmony in Motion” ethos.
The HALCYON will be unveiled on Chrysler.com on February 13, 2024 at 5:01 a.m. EDT. We have no idea why Chrysler scheduled the reveal at such a strange time.
Our sources say, that Chrysler is still set on producing an all-electric E-segment five-passenger crossover on the new STLA Large architecture. Even though it will share anything with the Chrysler Airflow Concepts, it will follow in its footsteps with the same perimeters. That means we can expect a crossover that feature a dual e-motor setup providing all-wheel-drive (AWD) and two-rows of passenger space. It is expected to launch in 2025 as a 2026 model and be produced at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Ontario, along side the new 2025 Dodge Charger Daytona.
Stay tuned, as we will do a deep dive into the HALCYON Concept when more information becomes available.