Chrysler Airflow Cabrio renderings of a cool convertible crossover

As automakers move into the SUV and crossover camp, dropping smaller coupes also means less convertibility on dealer lots. Over the years, there have been a few attempts to offer convertible SUVs beyond the likes of the Jeep Wrangler, but they haven't really happened, what do you say? Good. Yes, it is definitely the word.  We don't know if a new Chrysler Airflow convertible will be any good. In fact, we don't know if the standard airflow is good. The electric crossover was recently revealed in concept form, and a production model won't hit the roads until 2025. Airflow sizing is generally good, though. And its low crossover profile isn't quite as thick and straight as the Nissan Murano. We all know how well the convertible crossover experiment went.  Could you improve the Chrysler Airflow Convertible? X-Tomy Design has already entered that world with an unofficial rendering on Facebook showing what such a vehicle would look like, and you know what? It's surprisingly good. It helps that in addition to removing the roof, it also converts the render's airflow to a two-door. The windshield rake angle looks the same, but the A-pillar is a bit shorter. The wheelbase looks the same, too, and while the sides are slightly raised compared to a typical convertible, it doesn't have the same awkwardness as the infamous two-door Murano CrossCabriolet.   All that said, we don't expect to see any sort of convertible version from Chrysler when the Airflow goes into production. Designed as a five-passenger electric crossover, the Airflow will herald an electric revolution at the storied American brand that will make all Chrysler products fully electric by 2028. Still, if designers prefer a new convertible in the lineup, that's good to know. . That Airflow could be an attractive option.

As automakers move into the SUV and crossover camp, dropping smaller coupes also means less convertibility on dealer lots. Over the years, there have been a few attempts to offer convertible SUVs beyond the likes of the Jeep Wrangler, but they haven't really happened, what do you say? Good. Yes, it is definitely the word.

We don't know if a new Chrysler Airflow convertible will be any good. In fact, we don't know if the standard airflow is good. The electric crossover was recently revealed in concept form, and a production model won't hit the roads until 2025. Airflow sizing is generally good, though. And its low crossover profile isn't quite as thick and straight as the Nissan Murano. We all know how well the convertible crossover experiment went.

Could you improve the Chrysler Airflow Convertible? X-Tomy Design has already entered that world with an unofficial rendering on Facebook showing what such a vehicle would look like, and you know what? It's surprisingly good. It helps that in addition to removing the roof, it also converts the render's airflow to a two-door. 

The windshield rake angle looks the same, but the A-pillar is a bit shorter. The wheelbase looks the same, too, and while the sides are slightly raised compared to a typical convertible, it doesn't have the same awkwardness as the infamous two-door Murano CrossCabriolet.

All that said, we don't expect to see any sort of convertible version from Chrysler when the Airflow goes into production. Designed as a five-passenger electric crossover, the Airflow will herald an electric revolution at the storied American brand that will make all Chrysler products fully electric by 2028. Still, if designers prefer a new convertible in the lineup, that's good to know. . That Airflow could be an attractive option.

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