This model was born a year after the appearance of the first version of the Stellantis electric SUV.
According to a CNBC report, (8/4/2022), this concept SUV is based on Jeep’s traditional Wrangler Rubicon SUV, but the Magneto 2.0 version offers significant performance improvements, including reaching speeds from 0 to 60 mph in two seconds.
Jeep states, the Wrangler Magneto 2.0 has a maximum torque of up to 850 Nm and a maximum power of 625 horsepower.
Because it is still a concept, Jeep will not market the Magneto 2.0 to the public yet. However, Jeep is expected to produce an electric Wrangler in the near future.
Jeep is a key part of growth and electrification plans for Stellantis, the company formed last year through the merger of Fiat Chrysler and French automaker Groupe PSA.
Stellantis invests at least US$35.5 billion in electric vehicles and supporting technologies by 2025.