“Today, we're revealing concept images of the first-ever 100 percent battery-electric Jeep SUV. This vehicle is the next step towards achieving our brand's vision of Zero Emission Freedom, and will launch early next year,” Jeep wrote in its post.
Jeep's parent company, Stellantis, said that Jeep's first electric SUV will be built using the STLA architecture. In addition, it is claimed to be the first off-road Jeep with pure electric power.
Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares revealed that Jeep will prepare another electric car in 2024. Tavares also shared a picture of the Jeep electric SUV without revealing his name.
When you look at this image of Jeep's first electric SUV, it looks identical to the current Jeep Compass. The front features LED headlights integrated with LED DRLs.
There are vertical slats that serve as the grille, but not a mesh grille like in the Compass model. The front bumper actually gets a black mesh grille and there is also a zip plate at the bottom of the bumper.
On the sides, the Jeep electric SUV gets a dual-tone body finish, sporty wheels and bold black cladding. The second row of door panels is placed on the C pillar with a black finish so that at a glance this door panel is invisible and hidden.
At the rear, it uses a sculpted tailgate, roof spoiler, LED taillights, and a chunky black bumper that is also combined with a skid plate at the bottom.
While the appearance of the cabin is not yet known, it is likely that the Jeep electric SUV will get a number of advanced features and technologies.
The technical specifications of Jeep's first electric SUV have also not been revealed. Jeep is expected to provide a fairly long range on a single charge.