Jeep is Looking Toward Electric

Drivers in Cedar Rapids, IA, who have been waiting for the perfect electric SUV will soon have an exciting lineup of all-electric Jeep vehicles to pick from. According to reporting from CNET, Jeep aims to have its legendary lineup of off-roading SUVs feature all-electric models for every segment by 2025. Here is what else you will want to know about Jeep’s upcoming lineup of electric and hybrid vehicles, which we can’t wait to bring you and Brown’s West Branch.
Plug-in Hybrid Grand Cherokee 4xe
Whether you are looking forward to a powerful electric SUV for off-roading outside Iowa City or a versatile hybrid for everyday driving in Coralville, Jeep will soon offer vehicles to fit your needs. According to CNET, Jeep offered images of a new Grand Cherokee 4xe. After the success of the Wrangler 4xe, the Grand Cherokee 4xe will likely follow in its stead. The Wrangler 4xe is a plug-in hybrid that uses its combination of gas engine and electric motors to create a powerful, incredibly versatile SUV. Given how powerful the Grand Cherokee is, the Grand Cherokee 4xe will likely be a tremendously fun vehicle to drive around North Liberty.
Electric Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer
The upcoming Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are two exciting additions to Jeep’s lineup, both offering incredible performance and a luxurious experience. According to CNET, both the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will have fully electric versions that you can drive around Muscatine in the near future.
Jeep Wrangler Freedom
CNET also reported that Jeep has teased about the potential for a new Wrangler model called the Freedom Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV). This new addition to the Jeep Wrangler line of vehicles will be the first zero-emissions Wrangler.
Learn More about Future Jeep Electric Vehicles in West Branch
At Brown’s West Branch, we are committed to keeping up to date with news about upcoming Jeep vehicles. To find out more about Jeep’s future selection of electric and hybrid vehicles, contact us today!
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