The Chrysler brand, with The Kelly Clarkson Show, Jay Leno and BraunAbility, surprised long-serving Los Angeles Police Department Officer Christian Arrue and his family with a customized 2022 wheelchair-accessible Chrysler Pacifica. Taking place during a live taping on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Jay Leno presented the family with the vehicle to help Bella, the officer’s daughter who has cerebral palsy.
The wheelchair-accessible Pacifica celebrates BraunAbility’s 50th anniversary and is the latest in a long line of accessible vehicles engineered between the world leader in mobility and Chrysler. The partnership began more than 45 years ago, and the latest Pacifica offering from BraunAbility is the most spacious wheelchair van in the industry.
Visit the official The Kelly Clarkson Show YouTube channel to view the segment.
Chrysler is part of the portfolio of brands offered by leading global automaker and mobility provider Stellantis.
Founded nearly 50 years ago by Ralph Braun, an entrepreneur who spent most of his life in a wheelchair, BraunAbility has grown into a well-known and trusted name in the mobility industry, bringing independence to millions of individuals across the world. BraunAbility is a wholly owned subsidiary to Patricia Industries, a division of Investor AB Group.
PHOTO CAPTION: Jay Leno presents Los Angeles Police Department Officer Christian Arrue and his family a customized 2022 wheelchair-accessible Chrysler Pacifica.
[Source(s): Stellantis, PR Newswire]
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