Jeep has introduced the e-Hybrid variant of the Jeep Compass and Jeep Renegade in Europe (20/1).
The e-Hybrid comes as a mild hybrid Compass and Renegade variant following the 4xe plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) variant.
Looking again at the specifications, the Compass and Renegade e-Hybrid are equipped with a turbo four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1,469 cc combined with a 48 Volt electric motor.
The engine can produce 130 hp/5,500 rpm and 240 Nm/1,500 rpm of torque, while the electric motor only produces 20 hp and 55 Nm.
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How about the features? For information, the Jeep Compass and Renegade e-Hybrid will launch with the Upland special edition.
Mentioned by Stellantis, the Upland edition represents Jeep’s commitment to environmental friendliness and sustainability.
Starting from the exterior, the Compass e-Hybrid Upland gets an exclusive two-tone Matter Azur and black color and 18-inch rims.
Then for the interior, the Upland edition gets environmentally friendly materials such as SEAQUAL fabric upholstery which comes from recycled marine plastic waste.
Not only SEAQUAL materials, recycled materials can also be found in headliners and specially designed carpets.
Apart from environmentally friendly materials, Jeep also provides the Compass e-Hybrid with advanced features, especially in the drive system and safety.
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Even though it is a mild hybrid, the Compass e-Hybrid electric motor has the features of e-Launch, e-Creeping, fully electric e-Queuing, and fully electric e-Parking.
Not to forget there are Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features ranging from Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Assist, Drowsy Driver Alert, Automatic Emergency Braking, and the semi-autonomous Highway Assist feature.
Oh yes, the Jeep Compass e-Hybrid already has a 10.1-inch screen Uconnect navigation system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and is connected to the My Uconnect application.
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