The leading car manufacturer in the world has been encouraged to adopt electric mobility as a result of growing environmental concerns and a growing drive toward cleaner mobility. Stellantis, one of the world's largest automakers, is no exception. The business wants to build four new platforms for all-electric vehicles and will invest more than €30 billion on electrifying its vehicle portfolio through 2025. Starting in 2023, all-electric Jeep cars will be available as part of its strategy. The first-ever Jeep electric SUV was recently unveiled by the business. The name of the next Jeep electric SUV has yet to be revealed, but the company has stated that it would be revealed early next year.
According to the images, Jeep's first-ever electric SUV will be a small SUV with a profile and dimensions comparable to the Jeep Compass. This EV will have a split headlamp design, with LED DRLs located under the hood and the primary headlight unit underneath it. The Jeep electric SUV will also have a signature seven-slat grille (although closed), 'e' branding on the grille to indicate an electric motor, massive air intakes, squared-off wheel arches, prominent side cladding, and body decals, among other features.
Horizontal tail lights with an X-shaped LED signature, front and rear skid plates, a shark-fin antenna, and significant character lines will all be included in the next Jeep all-electric SUV. Although the business already has plug-in hybrid electric cars in the 4xe range for the Compass, Renegade, Wrangler, and Grand Cherokee, this is the first all-electric Jeep SUV.