2009 Chrysler 200CEV
The Chrysler 200C EV Concept combines the ENVI Range-extended Electric Vehicle technology with an organic design and a futuristic interior focused on connettivity.
The Chrysler 200C EV concept car, which is supposed to be the prototype of the new generation Sebring, premiered at the International Motor Show in Detroit.
Rear-wheel drive four-seater Chrysler 200C EV sedan is close in overall dimensions to the BMW 5-Series and is equipped with a hybrid power plant. It consists of a small-capacity gasoline engine, a generator and a set of lithium-ion batteries. The total power of the power plant is 268 horsepower, and the distance that the car is able to overcome solely on electric traction is about 64 kilometers (after connecting the internal combustion engine, the power reserve will increase to 644 kilometers). The batteries can be charged using the brake energy recovery system and from a regular household outlet.