Stellantis has presented its plans to the Jeep, RAM, Chrysler and Dodge brands in the United States, revealing something very interesting, a new product that will position Jeep among the electric car players.
In the American market, there will be 25 new electric cars by 2030 and Jeep will have two models, being an off-road vehicle with characteristics that should follow Wrangler and Gladiator.
Another car will be more popular, which in the presented concept integrates well-known product lines and characteristics, such as the Jeep Renegade and Compass.
Small or medium size, given that the American market does not tolerate very small models, the Jeep concept has a very expressive interface.
The headlights are cut with a strip separating the LED daytime running lights, almost like the eyebrows for that youthful look we can see in the car.
The false grille adopts the same seven-hole style seen on the brand’s current models, plus the letter “e” to designate its proposal.
Note that Jeep insisted on keeping the common vehicle air in this product, with a vent at the top of the bumper and a flashy lower grille, with fog lights and all.
Without numbers, it is not possible to determine which specific part will work, but the bodywork does not look too far from the compass.
We think it should measure between 4.30m and 4.50m max, but only with official data to know exactly.
Built for everyday life, the pocket highlights the rear doors with recessed handles and Compass-like C-pillars.
At the rear, note the inspiration for the lanterns in the Goiana-PE mini jeep.
With very acceptable forms, this pocket has only one problem. It’s electric, which means it will be outside of Stellaantis’ production lines other than North America, Europe and China.
Without tax incentives and an uncertain future, electricity in Brazil does not stimulate domestic production. So, at most, we’ll see him arrive from the United States, Mexico or Canada.
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