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Jeep Plans First EV By the End of 2022

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Jeep Plans First EV If all goes as planned, Jeep will be producing an electric car by 2022. This has been confirmed by FCA Chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne, who also said that the company would be sharing information on its plug-in hybrid systems within a month or so and that there would be more news to come in the summer of 2022. What do you think this means for Jeep? Do you think it’s a good idea? Why or why not? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

5 Reasons Jeep Will Succeed With An Electric Vehicle

Even if you’re not a fan of electric vehicles, there’s no denying that Volkswagen is leading a charge with its e-Golf and e-Up models. In an attempt to play catch-up, Jeep has announced plans for its first all-electric vehicle, which will start at around $30,000. Here are five reasons why Jeep will succeed with an electric vehicle

What Others Are Saying About Jeep’s New Electric SUV

The Jeep, of course, isn’t a trailblazer in terms of electric SUVs. Nissan was first to market with its 2017 Leaf-based Rogue Select electric SUV. BMW is close behind with its 2021 X3-based X3 xDrive40e, while Volkswagen is reportedly working on an electric version of its popular Tiguan compact SUV.

How Different Is The All-Electric Mid Range SUVs To Its Competition?

The new electric Jeep will be different from its gas-powered brother in many ways. Firstly, it will be cheaper to buy with a price of $40,000 compared to $35,000 for its petrol brother. The SUV will also be able to travel a longer distance on one charge at 100 miles compared to 80 miles for its equivalent gas-guzzling counterpart. On top of all that, charging it up is going to be much easier than filling it up at a pump and will only take around 30 minutes.

Jeep Has A History Of Building SUVs And Electric Vehicles

Not only is Jeep one of Fiat Chrysler’s (FCA) most prominent brands, it’s also one of its oldest. Founded in 1941, Jeep has a long history of building SUVs and electric vehicles. It produced its first battery-powered car in 1947 and has been a leading producer of EVs ever since.

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