Chrysler Partners With BraunAbility To Enhance Vehicle Accessibility

The Chrysler Pacifica is the foundation of a new project launched between Chrysler and BraunAbility to make vehicles more accessible for those with disabilities.   This edition is being designed to provide major enhancements over the standard retrofit kits that are available for individuals to purchase.  Utilizing aspects from aerospace, automotive, and technology industries the Pacifica will provide the widest door opening with side opening ramp on the market.  It will also provide the most available interior room for the owner. 

A patent pending technology known as AccessAbilityTM is what provides the additional space for entrance and interior maneuverability.   This is in part with a sliding door extension and a ramp that stows under the floor.  This provides 360 degree maneuverability for wheel chair maneuverability.  As well, the heavy duty ramp can handle eight hundred pounds and extends thirty inches to accommodate large power chairs.

These features are on top of the already impressive feature set of the Chrysler Pacficia.  Safety options alone provide enough comfort to ensure that your needs are met.  As an example, a camera that shows the surrounding 360 degree area provides the driver with a birds eye view when parking in close areas.  This is in top of the optional rear view camera and parking sensors.  Other features also provide peace of mind including the forward collision warning with active brakes and blind spot monitoring to assist with highway and city driving.  Of course, the safety features aren’t the only perk to the Pacifica.

While this edition was only recently displayed at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show in February, it will be available for all to order very soon.  For more information on this remarkable accessibility vehicle contact a professional such as those at West Valley Chrysler Jeep.

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