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Road Tests Real world tests of the Chrysler ecoVoyager Concept
Data points Key details of the Chrysler ecoVoyager Concept
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Sleek, refined, efficient and superbly comfortable, the Chrysler ecoVoyager concept vehicle offers a new experience in stress-free travel. Unlike most instrument clusters, only currently-needed information is displayed, designed to be viewed above the steering wheel rim rather than through it (and requiring less up-down eye movement and refocusing).
The Chrysler ecoVoyager’s front wheels are driven by an electric motor, with power primarily supplied by a lithium-ion battery pack capable of satisfying a consumer’s typical daily commute of less than 40 miles. With this advanced technology, the Chrysler ecoVoyager’s total range is greater than 300 miles, while no emissions – besides water vapour — come from the exhaust along the way.
A 268-hp (200-kW) electric motor powered by lithium-ion batteries is the ecoVoyager's primary driving force and can theoretically move the car forty miles on stored electric power only. The interior of the ecoVoyager is surprisingly spacious, since all of the large powertrain components lie in the floor beneath the four passengers' feet.
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In the case of the Chrysler ecoVoyager, a hydrogen fuel cell located beneath the floor allowed chief designer Trevor Creed to take cab forward to the max in a vehicle that can travel up to 300 miles with nothing but water coming out the tailpipe.
Specifications Full list of technical specs
power & handling
|Steering system||Rack and pinion|
|Curb weight||2,750 lb|
|Front track width||65.6 in|
|Top speed||115 mph|
|1/4 mile||12.9 s|
suspension, wheels & brakes
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