Jeep Unveils Its First-Ever 100% Electric SUV

EV Ultimo Team


Jeep Unveils Its First-Ever 100% Electric SUV

Jeep’s first 100% electric SUV will be launching in early 2023. As part of their “Dare Forward 2030” plan, the automaker aims to have 100% of sales in Europe and 50% of sales in the United States be for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) by the end of the decade. Jeep conveyed that it would like to have more than 75 different BEVs by that time, and reach annual BEV sales of at least 5 million vehicles worldwide.

The automaker shared an image of a compact model in a sunny yellow color. It's suitably chunky with chiseled fender lines and plenty of plastic cladding. It also has a contrasting roof color and split headlights. The rear door has a hidden handle up in the C-pillar, and the taillights have an "X" motif. Jeep didn't provide any details on its powertrain. It is expected to be on the STLA small platform, which can accommodate anywhere between 37 to 82 kWh of capacity and as high as 300 miles of range. Stellantis, the parent company of Jeep, announced that a more off-road focused model and a "lifestyle family SUV" will both launch in 2024 as part of their major electric vehicle push.