Believe it or not, Chrysler was one of the earliest adopters of electric vehicle technology. The TEVan was based on the 1993 Town & Country and it utilized a battery charging pack to feed the 60 HP motor. The van only achieved a range of about 85 miles on a full charge and only 56 of them were put into production (via Hot Cars).
The TEVan wasn’t a success but it showed the company was serious about electric cars. The Town & Country wasn’t the best base to use for a new electric vehicle, but Chrysler was still rebuilding from the 1980s.