Jeep unveils new electric SUVs with global electrification program

Jeep unveils new electric SUVs with global electrification program


One of Jeep’s new electric SUVs is the Avenger (Credit: Handout/Jeep)




Jeep announced Thursday that it plans to bring four new electric SUVs to market in North America and Europe by the end of 2025.

With this investment in electric cars, the expectation is that half of the sales of goods in the United States will focus on this type of car by 2030. In Europe, the goal is even greater: all cars sold should be 100% electric in eight. years old.

Among the models that should come out soon are: Jeep Recon, Wagoneer and Wagoneer S. Jeep Avenger – smaller than the Renegade – will also come fully electric, and they should be the first on the list to arrive in Europe, with a forecast of the beginning of 2023.

Jeep Avenger

Its production should be done in the Tychy plant, in Poland. In addition to continental Europe, other markets should also receive the car, such as Japan and South Korea. The electric range of Avenger promises to be 400 km.

For those interested, the model should be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show on October 17. Orders can be placed, but the model will only reach European showrooms early next year.

wagoner

With the launch of the model, the brand promises a change to the SUV. “The brand will offer the all-new, all-electric Wagoneer in the mid-size SUV segment, while in the larger SUV segment Wagoneer models will offer powertrains targeting an average range of 500 miles (800 km),” Jeep wrote. in the statement..

The product also prepared a new model option, 100% electric: Wagoneer S. With a range of 644 kilometers on just one charge, the car also has 600 hp and goes from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.5 seconds.

Jeep Recon

This will be one of the first electric SUVs in the automaker’s lineup to launch in North America, but it should also arrive in Europe later. Jeep’s first zero-emission vehicle will be produced from this vehicle, which was designed as a zero-emission 4×4.

“The all-new, all-electric Jeep Recon can tackle the Rubicon Trail, one of America’s most challenging off-road trails, and arrive at the front with enough range to return to town and recharge,” said Christian. Meunier, CEO of the Jeep brand.