Chrysler has teamed up with accessibility company BraunAbility to create the automaker’s first factory-equipped wheelchair-accessible minivan.
The new minivan was revealed at the Chicago Auto Show, on now until February 20.
Chrysler and BraunAbility have also partnered to promote the “Give a Dog a Job” program, which puts “K9s” to work for the physically impaired through the organization of Canine Companions for Independence.
“Whether it’s a veteran, a colleague, friend or a family member, there’s a good chance we all know someone with a physical disability who needs help getting to the places and events that matter most to them,” said Tim Kuniskis, head of passenger cars, Chrysler North America.
“The all-new Chrysler Pacifica is proving to be a lot of things to a lot of people, and now equipped with the BraunAbility technology, it is also the perfect tool to help our customers gain freedom to stay active in their everyday lives.”