CES (Consumer Electronics Show) held in January every year, gathers the latest innovations in terms of technology from different sectors, including the auto industry. And we surely expect a lot of carmakers to display their latest autonomous or all-electric cars that will spawn high-performance future models.
One carmaker that will be present at the show is the North American based Chrysler, part of the Group Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which will present its all-new Pacifica electric variant.
It is well-known that the Pacifica is already equipped with a plug-in hybrid version, but in order to reduce the CO2 emissions to zero and enhance the mile range, the company has decided to ditch the 3.6-liter V6 Pentastar combustion engine and leave the electric motor alone. This way, in full-electric, we should expect an impressive range, way too impressive than the present 33 miles.
There are not a lot of information to be displayed about the all-new Chrysler Pacifica all-electric, except for the fact that, according the Bloomberg, the prototype is rumored to spawn a future production model, which is good news for those wanting to drive clean with no CO2 emissions.
As a reminder, the newly-announced Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid comes with a total of 566 miles, returning as well 84 mpg. The model will be released on the United States starting next year and will have a starting price of $34,495.
More details will be known starting the 3rd of January, meanwhile, take a closer look at the all-new Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, which will influence the making of the all-electric car, visually at least.