There’s a lot we don’t know about Stellantis’ upcoming all-electric Jeep, which is set to debut in 2023. We know, for example, not the specifications. We don’t know the price – heck, we don’t even know what they’re going to call it! But at least now we know Exactly what it’s going to look like!
We got a first look at the “Baby Jeep” during the CES show back in January — but it was presumably just “concept art.” However, now that we’ve seen these images, we know that the image was a real sneak peek at the new 2023 model.
Compact electric Jeep Spied
As I’ve already mentioned, the details haven’t exactly poured in. All we really know is that it will probably cost a few grand more than the Jeep Compass model, and that it’s not scheduled to be officially revealed until October. Despite that, a sharp-eyed photographer was able to snap a few “paparazzi-style” shots during a commercial shoot in Portugal, which you can check out here, on AutoExpress.
Mopar fans over at Allpar speculate that the new Jeep will use PSA Group’s e-CMP platform, which is used in a few DS models, as well as in cars from the Chinese brand, Dongfeng.
“Electrification will reinforce Jeep’s core attributes,” said Carlos Tavares, the controversial CEO of Jeep’s parent company, Stellantis, as he shared his vision for the brand’s all-electric future. “This new model will be launched during the first half of next year and is the first of a comprehensive all-electric Jeep range that will cover all SUV segments by 2025.”
2025 marks Jeep’s 80th anniversary, and the brand is expected to kick off the celebrations in style – especially after the brand’s CEO, Christian Meunier, announced that there would be “a completely zero-emissions Jeep in every segment by 2025.”
What do you think – is Jeep taking care of the brand’s first all-electric offering ahead of the 2025 model year? What will that do to the lifted Wrangler/No Fear window sticker market? Check out all the spy shots at AutoExpress, then let us know what you think of the little electric Jeep off-roader in the comments.
Source | Many more pictures: AutoExpress UK.
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