FCA unveiled an all-electric, self-driving-capable concept vehicle at the CES technology trade show in Las Vegas.
The Chrysler Portal was developed with millennials in mind, which was backed by the automaker doing research on the generation, according to the Detroit News. The concept vehicle has a customizable interior that can seat up to six people.
The Portal is estimated to have more than 250 miles of range on a full charge, which is offered in front-wheel drive, according to USA Today. The company declined to say if it the concept vehicle should be considered a minivan, SUV, or crossover.
The trade show will be held Jan. 5 to 8.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet