Jeep has been entering the plug-in hybrid segment for a while, and in addition, we’ve seen electric versions of its cars: Compass, Renegade and Wrangler, and now the company is looking to launch full electric cars, and there are many suggestions and plans for the company’s various cars, but it can be one for off-road enthusiasts, being electric, will ensure quiet driving through the forest, and also provide some camping equipment with electricity at night.
“There are a lot of things we need to bring together to make Jeb a modern and contemporary brand that can continue for the next 80 years, and this will be a big step in our world,” the company’s global president, Christian Miner, told the Britishpress.
We’ve been adding a little twist every year, but there’s a big revolution going on right now, and actually making jeep SUVs from an environmentally friendly jeep is a bit challenging, but it’s also a big thrill, and there’s a lot of things we’re working on, like producing battery-powered electric cars.
Although it’s impossible to confirm which models will become fully electric, the Jeep road map, released in mid-2018, confirms the production of four electric SUVs, we don’t know if they’re still sticking to this plan (we can never be sure about Fiat Chrysler’s plans), but if the plan is true, don’t expect to see any electric cars dedicated to the company before 2022.
Jeep’s plan to move towards electricity includes the launch of 10 plug-in hybrid models by 2022, which is also the year we’ll see the new generation Renegade, along with the return of Wagner/Grand Wagner and other models, but by next year, the company will offer electric options for all its cars, along with level 3 self-driving.