The 400-volt, 17-kWh, and 96-cell battery pack is smaller than what you’d find in a Tesla or Chevy Bolt, but it gives an added boost of up to 25 miles of 100 percent electric driving.
At an online reveal Thursday, Jeep showed off the Wrangler 4xe, its first plug-in hybrid coming to the U. S. early next year.
At the beginning of the year Jeep went all in on electric, promising a rollout of electric versions of its rugged SUVs in the coming years.
The plug-in hybrid comes in 10 colors: black, bright white, firecracker red, granite crystal metallic, hella yella, hydro blue, sting-gray, snazzberry, sarge green, and billet silver metallic.
Jeep partnered with e-bike maker QuietKat to develop the 79-pound Jeep E-Bike with a 750-watt motor and a battery with up to 50 miles of range.
Jeep’s first electric bicycles will start to be delivered within a few weeks.
It’s a plug-in, so to get the electric charge you’ll have to, well, plug it in either at a public charging station or at home, though that’ll be a slower charge.
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The Wrangler 4xe is coming to the U.S. early next year https://t.co/u4Udtgiws0— FutureShift (@futureshift) September 3, 2020