Jeep unveils plan to electrify portfolio

Jeep unveils plan to electrify portfolio

Stellantis brand Jeep announces the launch of four all-electric SUV models in Europe and North America by the end of 2025, with all vehicles sold in Europe and 50 percent of sales in the U.S. to have battery-electric powertrains by 2030.

The first model in Jeep's BEV product offensive will be the Avenger, which will be launched in Europe in early 2023. The compact e-SUV, which has a targeted electric range of 400 kilometers, will be produced at the Stellantis plant in Tychy, Poland, and will be introduced in other markets such as Japan and South Korea in addition to Europe.

Jeep unveils plan to electrify portfolio

The Wagoneer family is also getting a new addition with an all-new SUV. Codenamed Wagoneer S, the model will be offered exclusively as an electric car, targeting a range of 650 kilometers and a power output of 441 kW. The new Wagoneer BEV will be produced in North America starting in 2024 and will be sold in major markets around the world, including Europe.

Jeep unveils plan to electrify portfolio

"Based on the success of our electrified 4xe portfolio in North America and Europe, we are developing the most capable and sustainable Jeep SUVs yet for our journey to become the world's leading zero-emission SUV brand," explained Christian Meunier, global CEO of the Jeep brand. "This is a forward-thinking strategy that will help ensure millions of Jeep fans around the world continue to have a planet to explore, embrace and protect. Electrification is great for our brand, making it even more capable, exciting, sustainable and fun."