New generation of Chrysler minivans have all-wheel drive system

New generation of Chrysler minivans have all-wheel drive system

The American Chrysler will have news on its new generation family of minivans, among them are the all wheel drive system AWD (All-Wheel-Drive) and 9-speed automatic transmission, items that are already present in the medium sedan models 200 and Jeep Cherokee.

These innovations aim to bring greater fuel economy for the vehicle. Last month, during the Detroit Auto Show, company CEO Sergio Marchionne said the new generation of vans is 95% complete.

The first time they were seen was during the Detroit Auto Show 2012 with the 700c concept car. There is no release date yet.

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