2023 Jeep All-Electric SUV – Jeep’s first battery-powered vehicle has been unveiled overnight. The company also announced plans to launch it in the first half of next year. According to Automotive News Europe codenamed 516, the technical details of the unnamed Jeep are not yet known. However, it is believed that the electric SUV could be supported by the eCMP platform, which is shared with other models in the Stellantis stable. However, other e-CMP-based Peugeot and Vauxhall vehicles are front-wheel driven. UK outlet AutoExpress reports that the Jeep could have an electric motor mounted on the rear axle. This would make the SUV all-wheel-drive. The SUV is likely to be a city car, with similar models from Alfa Romeo or Fiat. It’s possible that Jeep will offer the 516 with front-wheel drive.
2023 Jeep All-Electric SUV Review
Meunier stated that not every model of electric vehicle will be available in every market or every region immediately. However, the pace at which it is possible to become more widespread will depend on local markets and whether governments are ready to encourage electrification and better grid development. “Electrification in Australia is a fast-moving trend. He said that although it is still far behind Europe and a bit behind the US in terms of energy, we can see the potential.
“But these countries, including Australia, need to contribute to electrification’s acceleration by developing legislation. We are now beginning to see this. We don’t want to wait for governments to tell us what they are going to do. Instead, we prefer a practical approach to bring it [the technology] forward. We will push for electrification in a leader’s role, not as a follower.
2023 Jeep All-Electric SUV Released
The small electric SUV will be located beneath the Jeep Renegade. The all-new model is expected to arrive in the US and Europe in the first half of 2023.