Chrysler Portal Concept

The Chrysler Portal Designed by Millennials for Millennials


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The Chrysler Portal Concept

To create the next generation family transportation, FCA sought the collaboration and fresh ideas of millennials working inside its design and engineering functions. Those ideas led to the Chrysler Portal concept — created by millennials for millennials.

​​Millennials are a tech-savvy, environmentally-aware, cost-conscious generation. The Chrysler Portal concept is designed to respond to these needs and it explores the possibility of what a family transportation vehicle could look like for the millennial generation as their lifestyles evolve.​​​

The flexibility, adaptability and technology features also make it ideal for business and commercial applications, such as ride hailing, car sharing and delivery services.

The Chrysler Portal concept was created in collaboration with supplier partners who shared their innovation and expertise to bring to life future technologies.

Chrysler prototype - Chrysler Portal Concept 

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  • ​​More than 250 miles of range on a full charge
  • DC Fast Charge (350 kW) recharges battery pack with 150 miles of range in less than 20 minutes
  • Minimized engine compartment contributing to vehicle spaciousness and flat-load floor
  • Track-mounted seating that can fold flat, slide the full-length of the vehicle or be removed
  • Illuminated, portal-shaped articulating front and rear doors for easy loading/unloading
  • In-vehicle wireless network enabling seamless integration of personal devices
  • Facial recognition and voice biometrics enable customized individual or family settings
  • Suite of sensor technologies enabling SAE Level Three semi-autonomous driving mode (upgradeable to Level Four)
Chrysler prototype and biker 

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