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Chrysler is making quite a splash at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas with the debut of the Chrysler Portal EV, an autonomous minivan-like vehicle with seating for six.

Said to be designed from the inside out and made for millennials by millennials, the Chrysler Portal Concept is seen as the family vehicle for those born between the years of 1982 and 2001. The seating is modular and can slide forward and backward, even folding up or down to maximize the space in this boxy vehicle.

Passengers will also love the 10 'docking stations,' that offer charging for their devices. Upfront, there’s a massive screen that takes up the entire dashboard, while the center console has a giant infotainment screen that includes a knob for easy, tactile use. Using neutral and gray tones for the interior means that the cabin has a docile, serene feel to it.
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Anything autonomous or electric is going to make waves in the car industry these days, but the design on this really takes the cake! Looks like something that could have come straight out of the Tron movie! It'd be interesting to see how it performs and looks in real life after this preview!
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Maybe this is the future



I want to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather.. Not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car.
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Wonder whether they'll be bold enough to put that into production
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