Jeep says it will have “zero-emission” SUVs in each one of its category of lineup by 2025, the automaker pronounced Thursday. That very year, the the US-based carmaker moreover plans to deliver 4xe plug-in hybrid versions of the sum of its vehicles. The news came as a part of an electrification philosophy event by Jeep’s parent association, Stellantis.
That suggests there will be electric versions of the Wrangler, Cherokee, and Wagoneer, despite Jeep’s various models, by 2025. Jeep similarly uncovered a plug-in hybrid type of its luxury Grand Cherokee SUV during the event. Jeep, an eminent American brand, was a late bloomer to realize how important it is to adopt an electric vehicle technology, due to which it stood out from its adversaries. The current revelation is planned to be a course cure, showing the automaker’s commitment to an electric future.
Meanwhile, its sister association, Dodge, passed on a more muddled message during a comparable event, vowing never to sell electric vehicles yet moreover promising an all-electric muscle vehicle by 2024. Stellantis is the farthest down the line automaker to have an event guidelines investors on its electrification framework. As of now, Tesla, Volvo, and Volkswagen have made similar events. As the fourth-greatest carmaker on earth, Stellantis has the overall scale to drive EV bargains — in the event that it chooses. As of late, Jeep revealed an electric thought vehicle, the Wrangler Magneto, which relies upon the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubico.