Jeep unveils car electrification plan

Jeep plans to launch four zero-emission vehicles in Europe by 2025


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Jeep, owned by Stellantis, announces four all-electric SUV models in Europe and North America by the end of 2025. By 2030, all cars sold in Europe and 50 percent of US sales will have battery-electric drives.

The first model in the electric vehicle lineup will be the Avenger, which will be launched in Europe in early 2023. The compact electric SUV with a range of 400 kilometers will be produced at the Stellantis plant in Tychy, Poland. Apart from Europe, it will also be launched in other markets such as Japan and South Korea.


Jeep is also announcing the all-electric Jeep Recon, which will be built in North America from 2024. US buyers can reserve the new Jeep from early 2023, and the vehicle will also be available in Europe.


The new all-electric Jeep Recon is capable of tackling the mighty Rubicon Trail, one of the toughest off-road trails in the United States. And arriving at the end of the trail with enough range to get back into town and recharge

The Wagoneer family has also been expanded with an all-new SUV. The model, codenamed Wagoneer S, will be offered exclusively as an electric vehicle. The goal is a range of 650 kilometers and a power of 441 kW, and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h should be 3.5 seconds. The new Wagoneer BEV will be built in North America from 2024 and sold in major global markets, including Europe.


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