The first 100% electric Jeep will arrive in 2023. This was announced by the CEO of Stellantis Tavares during the presentation of “Dare Forward 2030”, the strategic plan that covers the group’s next ten years, with the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2038. Only two images of the new Jeep have been shown, in a flamboyant bi-color yellow-black tint, while nothing is known about its characteristics yet. However, the proportions suggest a car about 4.3 meters long with a modern but respectful line. of traditional Jeep canons.
This Jeep will be one of the first pillars of Stellantis’ electrification plan – along with the Ram 1500 electric pickup that will arrive in 2024 and the Ram Promaster BEV expected in 2023 – which intends to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by 2030. also through the introduction of several 100% electric models. The stated goal is that 100% of sales in Europe and 50% of sales in the United States are electric vehicles by the end of this decade. By 2030, therefore, Stellantis will globally offer 75 100% electric vehicles (including 25 dedicated to the United States), reaching a global annual sales target of five million vehicles.