Freedom Motors Debuts Chrysler Pacifica Conversion

Thanks to the engineering team at Freedom Motors USA, another wheelchair-accessible vehicle will soon be available.

Freedom Motors has converted the new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan. In its news announcement, Freedom Motors said the Pacifica was recently redesigned, with the results being that the vehicle “is hardly detectable as a minivan from first glance.”

Sieto van Dillen, Freedom Motors’ president, called the Pacifica conversion “our most quiet and smoothest-riding vehicle modification to date.” The accessibility conversion process, the company added, required updated technology that could preserve all of Pacifica’s chassis changes.

The end product is a vehicle that offers families both passenger luxury and state-of-the-art entertainment features in a package that includes the interior space that you’d expect of a minivan.

Freedom Motors is accepting pre-orders on its Pacifica conversion and expects to start shipping vehicles in late summer.

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