Electric vehicles are a big trend right now, and I’m sure all the major car companies will be jumping on the bandwagon. American car brand Jeep will launch a series of all-electric SUVs in the coming years, one of which could be the successor to the Liberty Electric.
The Stellantis Group has recently announced its ‘Dare Forward 2030’ strategic plan, which mentions Jeep’s plans for the above, and reveals that Jeep will launch its first all-electric model in the first half of next year, and by 2025 will be launching a series of all-electric SUVs in a range of sizes and price points. Battery-powered SUVs.
According to the media, the all-electric SUV is expected to be somewhere between a Compass and a Jeep Renegade 2023, a cosmopolitan SUV that will retain the Jeep family’s character, but with a more dynamic look. However, no further information on the specifications of the first electric SUV has been released, only the official teaser image. The vehicle, which has yet to be named, is expected to be launched first in the European market.
Finally, the plan also mentions that Stellantis wants to sell half of its all-electric models in the US market by 2030, and all of its sales in Europe will be electric. At the same time, the company also plans to add more than 75 new electric vehicles to its global product offering.