Jeep’s New electric Lineups

20 Nov, 2022

Contents1 What are the new electric Jeep SUVs called?2 Jeep Avenger:3 Could the new Jeep Recon be the off-road electric jeep SUV you want to drive?4 The Sporty…

Jeep has been making very exciting and fast-growing vehicles for nearly a century, with nothing but strong reviews from all customers.  It’s been said that the number one reason Jeep keeps growing is its strength in off-road capability.

The march toward electric vehicles continues with a slow procession toward the new electric Jeep SUVs coming our way. Over the next couple of years, Jeep will bring a few new SUV cars to the market that will use only electricity to fuel and power them. Although scant on details, we have the names of three of these new models and the predicted availability dates. Let’s dive in and see the Jeep EV models coming to the market.

What are the new electric Jeep SUVs called?

The first model is called Avenger, and it will be produced in Poland for the European and Asian markets. The other new electric Jeep models are:

  • Recon
  • Wagoneer S

Jeep Avenger:

The new Jeep Avenger is the firm’s first battery-electric vehicle and has been designed specifically for the European market – and has been revealed at the Paris Motor Show with a bold off-road concept.

The machine is the first of four electric vehicles that the American brand will launch in Europe by the end of 2025, and will take the form of a small B-segment crossover similar in size to the Peugeot e-2008. The machine is now available to pre-order and will go on sale next year.

This new electric Jeep SUV is a subcompact model that’s already hit the roads in its prototype form. This model should arrive in the market first, but it’s not planned for North America. The Avenger uses the CMP platform, which is versatile and used for both electric and internal combustion models.

The design of the car has been suitably beefed up, wait the addition of extra cladding and wider bodywork around the front end, larger tyres and built-in floodlights and tow hooks.

Those bigger tyres and other tweaks mean the 4×4 Concept has an extra 200mm of ground clearance, which means that the approach angle has been increased to 21 degrees, the departure angle to 34 degrees and the breakover angle to 20 degrees.

Jeep also says the machine has a lightweight roof cargo system that features a special belt that compresses the load on the roof. There are also anti-scratch features to help protect the car when driving off-road.

The firm hasn’t given any powertrain details about the 4×4 Concept – aside, fairly obviously, from the fact it offers four-wheel-drive. With the focus of the model to reaffirm the Jeep heritage of the front-drive Avenger, the firm also hasn’t signalled any production intent for the 4×4, but as we noted the machine’s platform would support a twin-motor electric powertrain.

The Jeep Avenger is available to pre-order now, and will be offered until the end of November in a special First Edition, which includes a two-tone livery featuring a Volcano roof (that’s a paint colour, not an actual volcano on the roof, just to be absolutely clear), privacy glass, 18in wheels, full LED lights and special interior trim. It also gets the bigger 10.25in infotainment screen and digital cluster, along with automatic air conditioning, a rear camera and sensors and heated mirrors.

Jeep also has a long history of offering customisation and accessories for its vehicles, and it claims that there will be more than 100 accessories available for the Avenger.

Could the new Jeep Recon be the off-road electric jeep SUV you want to drive?

Thankfully, the Jeep Recon is scheduled to arrive in the United States. This SUV, along with the Wagoneer S, will debut in 2023 and be sold as a 2024 model. The Jeep Recon should be the off-road alternative to the Jeep Wrangler, offering the trail-riding prowess we admire about the Wrangler.

The Recon rides on the Stellantis STLA Large dedicated EV platform, which brings this SUV:

  • Selec-Terrain traction management
  • E-locker axle
  • Under-body protection
  • Tow hooks
  • Off-road tires
  • Removable doors
  • Power roof

The Sporty And Exciting Wagoneer S

The Wagoneer nameplate welcomes a high-performance electric SUV, dubbed the Wagoneer S. The Wagoneer S has a 400-mile range goal and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds thanks to its dual 600-horsepower electric motors. From what we’ve received in the segment so far, we think these stats are possible. Reservations of the Wagoneer S will make an official debut, allowing fans to make reservations before entering production in 2024.

Unlike the last year’s Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, the S is quite smaller. And except for the front end, it appears to be roughly the same size as the most recent Grand Cherokee. In essence, it resembles a more streamlined Grand Cherokee with two rows of seats. There is a shallower, three-dimensional structure – with the iconic seven vertical elements – that sits in place of the upright seven-slot grille at the front, along with some interesting signature lighting and awesome style cues that will stand out.

If we won’t put it into perspective, the Wagoneer S may perform as well as the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, if it had a Hellcat Engine, which is a funky combination. Another interesting aspect about the Wagoneer S is that the SUV shares the same STLA Large EV architecture as the Recon, the Chrysler Airflow, and the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT.


With the new electric Jeep SUVs arriving on the market, Jeep is poised to capture a large portion of this growing market. With sales continuing to rise, they can feel confident in their decision to invest in electric vehicles—they have a history of success after all.

The excitement remains within our brand, yet the jeep models with electric capabilities is a bit more on the expensive side. They’re always presented in the media as a novelty, possibly because they are only one small part of the lineup. As for now, it seems that Jeep is going to attempt to grow into the Luxury SUV market.

These are exciting times for the Jeep brand. New models are slated for production with anticipated roll-out dates scheduled over the next 18 months or so. It’s obvious that the company is committed to a future of zero emissions and is actively pursuing that goal with these new models as well as other products in their portfolio.

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