Chrysler is working on an all-electric successor to the Chrysler 300, according to a media report. Initial key data on the large e-sedan has also been mentioned - but neither the model itself nor the technical specifications are currently confirmed.
As the Australian portal "Drive" has learned from insiders, this electric sedan will use 800-volt technology based on the STLA Large platform of parent company Stellantis from 2026, just like the production version of the Chrysler Airflow Concept unveiled earlier this year.
At "EV Day" pretty much exactly a year ago, Stellantis had announced that the STLA Large was one of four electric platforms planned for the multi-brand multinational. The STLA Large is designed for batteries ranging from 101 to 118 kWh, and the vehicles are expected to be between 4.70 and 5.40 meters long and between 1.90 and 2.03 meters wide. At the time, it was said that eight models were already in development based on this platform - including a business sedan, a Dodge muscle car and a family SUV. The business sedan could theoretically be the Chrysler 300.