Chrysler Shows a Futuristic Interior Concept with Massive Screens

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  • A new interior concept called the Chrysler Synthesis is debuting at CES 2023.
  • It features two large screens that run Stellantis' latest infotainment system, called STLA Smart Cockpit.
  • We expect to see these features offered in the upcoming Chrysler Airflow EV.

Chrysler has not released a new car in a while, but at CES 2023 it's showing a concept for a new interior that could make its way into future Chrysler products. Called the Synthesis Cockpit Demonstrator, this two-seat cabin with a futuristic dashboard layout and an advanced infotainment system previews what Chrysler's upcoming EVs, the first of which is due in 2025, will look like inside.

chrysler interior concept

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The main focal points of the dashboard are two massive 37.2-inch screens, one in front of the driver and one spanning the other half of the cockpit in front of the passenger. These incorporate a software that Chrysler calls STLA Smart Cockpit, which includes a virtual assistant, various display modes, and over-the-air updates.

The infotainment system is also optimized for the planned Level 3 autonomous driving system, called STLA AutoDrive, that Chrysler says will offer hands-free driving in future vehicles. While in autonomous mode, the infotainment screen will allow the driver to use video conferencing software and other functions, since the system will differ from current Level 2 systems such as GM's Super Cruise in that it will permit the driver to look away from the road when certain conditions are met.

chrysler interior concept

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In terms of design, this interior concept incorporates interesting textures for the dash top, the seat perforation, and the walnut flooring. There's no chrome trim, and the plastics and other materials are recycled and "responsibly sourced," Chrysler says. The interior is presented in an interesting pod-like structure that looks almost boat-like in the rear.

We expect to see components from this interior inside the eventual production version of the Chrysler Airflow concept car. This electric SUV model is a likely candidate for Chrysler's first new EV model scheduled to debut in 2025, and the automaker says it will offer a broader EV lineup by 2028. Parent company Stellantis says that the Chrysler brand will be on the forefront of the company's newest tech offerings, and other brands including Dodge, Jeep, and Ram will eventually receive features like STLA Smart Cockpit and STLA AutoDrive, too.

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