Fiat Chrysler Wraps Headquarters to Celebrate Debut of 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
When you introduce the first-ever hybrid minivan, it’s definitely reason to celebrate—which is why Fiat Chrysler has decided to put a building wrap on the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, harkening the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan’s arrival. This wrap goes for a classic, yet whimsical look with a storybook-themed illustration to appeal to the families that will be the most interested in this eco-friendly minivan.
The building wrap boasts the 2017 Pacifica Hybrid’s incredible fuel economy, which is 80 MPGe. This all-new hybrid minivan can go 30 miles when fully charged without using a drop of gas, which makes it a great vehicle option for families that need to get around town. Because of this awesome range, it makes sense that the building wrap features flying pigs—because pigs must be flying with the debut of this awesome, fuel-efficient, and family-friendly vehicle.
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Chrysler has already introduced the gasoline-powered Pacifica model to the United States market, and it has quickly become one of the go-to models in its segment. There are few differences between the two models with the exception of the Hybrid model’s green powertrains, special Hybrid badging, and a battery charging port on the Hybrid’s left front fender.
For power, the Pacifica Hybrid uses a combination of a 3.6-liter V6 engine and two electric motors. It also has a lithium-ion battery pack, which is tucked under the minivan’s second-row seats. There is no word yet on the pricing of this vehicle, but this is sure to come soon.