Chrysler Synthesis showcases the brand’s integration of interior design and technology
After unveiling the Chrysler Airflow concept at last year’s CES 2022, which gave a first glimpse of the brand’s future, with a clear emphasis on electrification and technology, one year later, Chrysler is showing more news related to these future vehicles. This is the Chrysler Synthesis, the brand’s new cockpit that integrates design and technology into the interior.
The new Chrysler Synthesis, unveiled at CES 2023 currently being held in Las Vegas (USA), unveils the new cockpit that uses Stellantis’ STLA Smart Cockpit, STLA Brain and STLA AutoDrive technologies. Chrysler CEO Chris Feuell said:
“For nearly 100 years, Chrysler has been creating ingenious products and technologies for leading customers, and Chrysler will continue that legacy of innovation as the first to launch STLA Smart Cockpit in North America.
The Chrysler Synthesis shown at CES 2023 represents the future of Chrysler brand design, technology and customer experience by featuring customer-centric design and intuitive, seamlessly connected technology for real life.
Chrysler is focused on delivering ‘Harmony In Motion’ for every aspect of the customer experience with product, technology, shopping and ownership experiences, resulting in harmony with the planet, our products, services and customer experiences.”
As we say, the Chrysler Synthesis shows a further preview towards the electric path ahead for the brand, which recall plans to launch its first all-electric vehicle in 2025, to be followed by a full range of electric cars in 2028. A strategy in line with Stellantis’ roadmap, ‘Dare Forward 2030’.
At 37.2 inches in size, the new Chrysler Synthesis cockpit extends to both front-row occupants. It incorporates a virtual assistant and OTA updates. With integrated STLA AutoDrive technology, which offers Level 3 autonomous driving, allowing you to take your hands off the wheel and your eyes off the road.
Materials are sustainable, chrome-free and include premium features such as a pair of vegetable-tanned suspended seats wrapped with recycled upholstery. The instrument panel, made from recycled heather, is constructed from 100% post-industrial and ocean plastics. Other interior details include walnut wood and responsibly sourced textiles.
The vehicle welcomes through a biometric recognition-based virtual personal assistant, synchronising the customer experience. Also, it includes wellness and fun experiences, selectable through Chill, Zen and Fun modes.
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