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The current 300 is based on a 2006 Mercedes E series chassis from back in the days when Daimler owned Chrysler. I wonder if the same 16 year old chassis will be on this model?
Chrysler would compete with Hyundai and Kia, maybe Ford, regarding materials, engineering, performance, and price point.

There is not much “chassis” to share between EV and ICE vehicles. The underbody hardware is very different as is the underlying unit body. The EV needs to hold a 1,000 lb. battery while the powertrain packaging is of course massively different.
 

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The current 300 is based on a 2006 Mercedes E series chassis from back in the days when Daimler owned Chrysler. I wonder if the same 16 year old chassis will be on this model?
I'm very interested to see how Chrysler/Dodge/Ram EVs end up doing once they get released because they're quite late to the party compared to their competitors.
 
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