Chrysler plans European introductions of production Grand Voyager minivan/MPV and concept ecoVoyager people-mover at Geneva Motor Show
Chrysler has revealed its Geneva Motor Show lineup, and the brand is clearly intent on bringing the family along. The manufacturer's European debuts include the ecoVoyager concept and the all-new Grand Voyager.
The ecoVoyager was unveiled to the public at the North American International Auto Show in January, and serves as Chrysler's take on a compact but useful and stylish fuel-cell powered vehicle. The zero-emission ecoVoyager uses a 200-kilowatt electric motor coupled to a battery pack and a compact hydrogen fuel cell, giving it a range of over 483 km (300 miles). Chrysler's signature style is also on hand to prevent the ecoVoyager from looking like another nondescript electric bubble.
Chrysler is also bringing its all-new Grand Voyager to Europe. The revised MPV is the basis for Volkswagen's Routan, and features Swivel ’n Go™ second-row seats which allow for more flexible interior configuration. A power folding third-row seat is also new, and the list of passenger-friendly features is a long one: a sliding, removable console, heated first- and second-row seats, a removable flashlight in the cargo area, three-zone climate control, retractable sun shades, stain- and odor-resistant seating cloth and more.
In addition to the two Voyagers, Chrysler plans to announce expanded availability of the MyGIG™ multi-media system, and to introduce an SRT Design Group edition of the 300C.