While the Portal concept is way out there in styling and features, it portends a crossover people mover for the Chrysler brand. A production Portal with toned down styling and less science fiction would place it against the current Cherokee. A Chrysler CUV based on the Pacifica is not bound to the same wheelbase or length. For decades the Chrysler minivans were offered in two wheelbases. The short ones were replaced by the Dodge Journey. The Journey is being replaced by what? Remember what I posted earlier, "The market presently offers long three row crossovers and shorter 2-row crossovers built off the same platform. Examples of this are the Honda Passport/Pilot and Chevrolet Traverse/Blazer." I wouldn't be surprised if the RAV4 and Highlander have the same relationship. Using the Pacifica's platform allows sharing that model's AWD system or the alternate PHEV setup. A crossover wouldn't need the minivan's Stow-n-Go seating and can be much shorter. The shorter two row utility vehicles are a hot segment, but the Cherokee has now become a wallflower at this party.