One of the most renowned vehicle manufacturers in the world, Jeep, will be bringing its first all-electric vehicle to market. Named simply the “Jeep EV,” this new electrified off-road SUV is expected to share a platform with the recently revealed Renegade lineup of small SUVs.
While it’s exciting news that Jeep vehicles is going all-electric, we don’t have much to go on just yet. Jeep released a teaser image of the upcoming EV, which is expected to launch as a 2024 model. The image shows what looks like a small SUV off-roader, but we’ll likely get more details when the production version arrives in 2022.
Jeep is actively developing a new electric car for the market. The automaker has said it will introduce the vehicle as early as next year, which indicates we could see the first all-electric Jeep hit showrooms as a model year 2024 vehicle. The off-road brand’s first all-electric vehicle, called the Jeep EV, will be built on a new dedicated EV platform and feature a host of advanced safety features.
The new platform was designed to accommodate multiple body styles, so we could see at least one crossover SUV and possibly even an all-new pickup truck if the company decides to add those models to its lineup. The vehicles will be smaller than existing vehicles like the Grand Cherokee and Renegade, but they’ll still have plenty of room inside thanks to their tall rooflines.
The Jeep EV will also get some autonomous features, including natural language processing and machine learning technology that enable drivers to communicate with their cars using voice commands instead of traditional controls like buttons or knobs.
The Jeep EV, a working title for the automaker’s first all-electric model, will be available in mid-2024 and will have a range of 300 miles.
The Jeep EV will be based on an existing platform and will feature the same battery and electric motor as the Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid and Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid. The EV won’t be offered with a manual transmission, but it will include an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Jeep hasn’t released many details about the EV yet, but it did confirm that it would be built on an existing platform. The EV is expected to share its battery pack with the Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid, which uses a 60 kW/h lithium ion battery pack that produces 194 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque.
The all-electric Jeep Wrangler EV is expected to arrive sometime in the next couple of years. It will be based on the same platform as the Renegade and Compass models that are already on sale, so we expect it to offer decent off-road capability and decent driving dynamics.
The Jeep Wrangler is a little bit bigger than those two models, but it’s still small enough that it should be fairly nimble around town. The electric motor will likely produce around 200 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque, which should be enough for brisk acceleration and good top speed.
The Wrangler EV is expected to come in three trim levels: Sport S, Sport SE, and Trailhawk S. It won’t offer much in terms of luxury features or creature comforts, but we’ll likely see features like leather seats with heating elements, heated steering wheel, automatic climate control, rearview camera and more advanced safety technology like adaptive cruise control (ACC) and lane departure warning (LDW).
The New design of Jeep’s EV in 2024
Although the final design is yet to be confirmed, they released teaser images of the Jeep EV that will give us a good idea of what to expect. The Jeep EV will likely be a compact SUV like the Compass and Renegade models. It appears to have a similar size as the Compass compact SUV, with a length that is slightly smaller than the Renegade’s.
The Jeep EV will also have a rugged design, along with the iconic seven-slot grille. The grille design on the teaser images for this vehicle is different from other Jeep models, with only five slots instead of seven. However, it does have some similarities with other Jeep vehicles, such as its yellow color scheme and black accents on the headlights and taillights.
The vehicle has been designed with a focus on enhancing its off-road capabilities and providing an eco-friendly driving experience on all terrains. The body of the Jeep EV is made of lightweight materials that help improve fuel efficiency. The electric motor powering it is capable of generating 200 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
Stellantis which is a multinational automotive manufacturing corporation formed in 2021 has released plans for many electric vehicles. The Jeep EV will be released in 2024. The Ram ProMaster van will be available in 2024. The next release from Stellantis will be the Jeep Wrangler EV. In 2024, the Ram 1500 EV pickup truck will debut. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares claims that this truck will outperform other electric trucks on the market, including Ford’s F-150 Lightning and Tesla’s Cybertruck , as well as Rivian’s R1T and Chevy’s Silverado EV . We look forward to seeing how this assertion holds up over time.
The all-electric vehicle market is growing, but it still has a way to go before it rivals the market for gas guzzlers. However, there are promising signs for the future of electric vehicles, with many companies are already taken their steps towards the electric vehicle lineups. We should know more about Jeep’s plans for producing electric vehicles in the coming years. For now, however, it’s looking like an electric vehicle is on its way to production—a good move for Jeep and the EV market as a whole.
Hopefully, Jeep will continue to expand its electric vehicle lineup. So far, we’ve only seen an all-electric SUV teased, but it would be nice to see other models follow—especially since we haven’t yet seen an electric version of Jeep’s popular Wrangler line. There’s still a lot that remains to be revealed about the upcoming all-electric SUV, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated as further details are released.
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