Jeep’s Electric Future

Jeep is making a big leap into the electric vehicle (EV) market, announcing three new all-electric SUVs set to hit production in the next two years. This marks a significant shift towards electrification for the company, with plans to unveil four new EVs for North America and Europe by 2025. By 2030, Jeep aims to be fully electric in Europe and 50 percent electric in the United States.

The New Electric SUV Lineup

2024 Jeep Recon

  • The Jeep Recon is drawing attention with its design inspired by the Wrangler and its off-road capabilities.
  • It features removable doors and a one-touch power top that opens up the cabin.
  • The Recon boasts trail-rated capability with Jeep Selec-Terrain traction management, e-locker axle tech, and rugged off-road tires.
  • Built on the Stellantis STLA large platform, details about its batteries, motor arrangement, or performance are not yet revealed.
  • Jeep’s CEO has clarified that the Recon is not a replacement for the Wrangler. It will be manufactured in the United States and is expected to enter production in 2024, with reservations opening in early 2023.

2024 Jeep Wagoneer S

  • The Wagoneer S is more of a performance-oriented SUV, likened to the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
  • Details about its battery and motors remain unknown, but Jeep promises a 0-60 mph sprint in just 3.5 seconds and an estimated range of 400 miles per charge.
  • Utilizing the STLA Large platform, the Wagoneer S offers generous interior space, targeting the midsize SUV segment.
  • It will be manufactured in the US, entering production in 2024, with reservations starting early next year.
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2024 Jeep Avenger

  • Designed for the European market and also sold in Japan and South Korea, the Avenger is a compact SUV that sits below the Renegade in Jeep’s lineup.
  • Details about its specifications are not yet shared, but it is expected to arrive before its larger siblings.

Future Plans

Jeep has announced that four new EVs will debut for Europe and North America by 2025, with three already revealed. There is one more EV for which details are not yet available, but Jeep has hinted at an announcement at the Detroit Auto Show.

Additionally, there are teasers about a Grand Wagoneer 4xe hybrid with an estimated range of 500 miles, although the release date for this model is uncertain.

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