Jeep and off-road frills have been a tandem since the early 1940s. The American automaker specializes in vehicles built to tackle all terrains, specifically the Wrangler, Gladiator, Grand Cherokee, Compass, and much more.
Currently, the masters of 4×4 capability continue to roll out voluptuous, off-road-seeking SUVs. In 1987, Chrysler procured Jeep, and the brand seamlessly meshed into the Stellantis marque in 2021.
Jeep is one of the leading automakers changing how enthusiasts embrace electric vehicles as the world transitions into sustainability. Stellantis recently disclosed its electrification plans by revealing Jeep EV ranges in place of the Dare Forward 2030 goal.
So heading into 2026, the manufacturers of ruggedness will reveal four new all-electric EVS exclusive to the US and the European market. In addition, the Dare Forward goal insists that Jeep sells 50 percent of its electric vehicles to the US and 100% of its EVs to the European market by 2030.
The legendary off-road automakers will premiere the Wagoneer S first, then the Avenger, the Wrangler 4xe, and the Recon EV. So far, we’ve had the pleasure of getting to know the Wagoneer S and Recon with a 2024 model year release for both vehicles. Additionally, Jeep executives confirmed that new EVs would work as additions to the lineup, not substitutions for current models. Unfortunately, there isn’t much to unveil on the Wrangler 4xe until its debut in 2025.
The Jeep Avenger exudes bravery and will act accordingly, debuting as the first all-new EV for the European market. Furthermore, the Avenger will premiere at the Paris Motor Show in October (2022).
The Avenger is intoxicating, and the SUV is almost the size of a tequila shot revealing more compact than the Jeep Renegade. However, due to the compact SUV’s size, the Avenger is exclusive solely to Europe. In addition, the compact SUV will feature a well-oriented cabin with enough capacity for passengers and their baggage. Plus, the almighty Avenger will incorporate the latest technology. No technicalities to confirm as of yet, but we expect the compact Jeep to cover 280 miles.
Jeep Wagoneer S
As if the Wagoneer couldn’t get any better than comes the high-performance electric SUV, also known as the Wagoneer S. The “S” distinction is well deserved as Jeep implies that the letter stands for “speed, striking, and sexy.”
In addition, the Jeep Wagoneer S has a 400-mile range goal and may accelerate from 0-60 mph in less than 400 seconds. The Wagoneer S’s remarkable capacity exists because of the SUV’s 600-horsepower electric motors. Furthermore, reservations for the premium SUV will commence before production commences in early 2024.
The Jeep Recon did not come to play, looking to its iconic sibling, the Wrangler, for inspiration. However, the all-electric SUV holds some powerful attributes that made us fall deeply for the Wrangler, not to mention the Recon traverses without the guilt of emissions.
The automakers of 4×4 capability affirmed that the SUV would feature a Selec-Terrain traction management system, e-locker axle technology, under-body protection, tow hooks, and ferocious off-road tires for standard trail-rated capability. Moreover, Jeep disclosed that Recon will debut in 2023, and enthusiasts may acquire a reservation for the vehicle before production commences in 2024.
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