Jeep, aimed at leading the electrification charge for off-road models, will introduce four all-electric sport utility vehicles in North America by 2025.
The lineup includes the Jeep Recon, an electric riff on the gas-powered Wrangler, and a luxury battery-electric Grand Wagoneer called the “S,” both scheduled to roll into showrooms in 2024. All four in the lineup are additions instead of replacements of current models.
Jeep also plans to introduce four EVs in Europe by 2025, including a small Avenger it said it will unveil early next year.
The Stellantis brand also announced plans for half of U.S. sales and all European sales to be fully electric vehicles by 2030. Until now, it’s focused on plug-in hybrids. It said every vehicle it produces will have at least some electrification by 2025, including hybrid, plug-in hybrid electric, and all-electric models.
“Our goal is very clear: Become the global leader in SUV electrification,” Jeep CEO Christian Meunier said at a media briefing.