Stellantis’ Chrysler brand plans to shift to an all-electric lineup by 2028, Chief Executive Chris Feuell has said.
Chrysler is also introducing new products, including a utility vehicle, the Airflow concept vehicle.
Chrysler will unveil the Airflow concept vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Chrysler plans to offer its first EV by 2025.
Chrysler had used the Airflow name on a streamlined sedan in the mid-1930s, Reuters reports.
Stellantis is targeting more than 70% of sales in Europe and over 40% in the United States to be low-emission vehicles – either battery or hybrid electric – by 2030.
It previously said all 14 of its vehicle brands, including Chrysler, would offer fully electrified vehicles.