Launched in the mid-1930s, the Chrysler Airflow marked automobile production thanks to its particularly sophisticated aerodynamics, which were innovative at the time. The FCA group, which currently owns the brand, has just reused this name for a concept car that will be presented at the next CES in Las Vegas. This technological showcase called Airflow Vision is intended to show the public the group's advanced technologies and how passengers will be able to interact with them. In a sleek interior with a flat floor foreshadowing the brand's stylistic future, the screens are numerous and customizable. Emphasis will be placed on sharing with the possibility of disseminating information which will be visible to all passengers.