The downsized Chrysler brand will eliminate the last of its sedans but gain a second people-mover nameplate in 2020 with the introduction of the Chrysler Portal electric van, based on the concept of the same name.
300: The aging full-size sedan will be eliminated in 2020, ending a production run that began in 2005. No replacement is expected.
Pacifica: The minivan is due for a freshening in 2020 but won't be redesigned until 2024, based on Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' current product cycles.
Portal: The fully electric minivan will go into production in 2020. It's based on the popular Portal concept FCA debuted in 2017 at CES in Las Vegas. The concept had a retractable steering wheel and was capable of autonomous driving. Those features are unlikely to be ready for the production launch, but look for the Portal to maintain its sleek, reconfigurable interior styling and perhaps even its sliding French door design.
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