First look at Jeep Electric — coming soon


Here’s our first look at a very yellow electric Jeep

We won’t have to wait until the first quarter of 2023 to get a sense of what Jeep’s first electric car will look like, according to a teaser video released earlier this year. In fact, Stellantis, the EV’s parent business, has already teased us with a few photographs of the vehicle.

An unidentified, unannounced Jeep EV is part of Stellantis’ plan to become carbon neutral by the year 2038, and it has revealed photographs of it. Even from a distance, the electric crossover looks like a Jeep Compass, but with a much sportier attitude.


The ‘e’ insignia on the closed front grille serves as a reminder that there is no engine behind it, giving the car a sporty appearance. The daytime running lights are placed above the actual lamps in a split headline arrangement, giving it a furious expression.

Even though we’re digging it, we’ll have to wait to make any final judgements until we see the final version. With flared wheel arches and a squat posture in the rear, Jeep has once again gone sporty with the EV, which is unexpected considering the vehicle’s crossover status.

Unfortunately, this is all we know about it. It seems reasonable that a dual-motor setup would allow for all-wheel drive, according to the experts at Inside EVs. Due to its reliance on an upgraded STALA Small platform, adjustments will have to be made.


At this time, that platform does not offer dual-motor all-wheel-drive. The company hasn’t yet manufactured any dual-motor vehicles.

Nonetheless, we may expect to learn more about this vehicle’s name and other details between now and when Jeep formally introduces it. Such is, unless we plan on purchasing the Jeep E sometime in the near future, in which case there are no badges to indicate that. Source


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