This week, Jeep unveiled two electric SUVs that will be available in North America within the next two years.
One of the vehicles was "inspired by the Wrangler," while the other is an addition to the upmarket Wagoneer range.
According to a Stellantis brand news release, client orders for the Jeep Recon and Jeep Wagoneer S.
Which have aesthetic similarities to the Jeep Wrangler, will start early in 2019. Production of both vehicles is scheduled to begin in 2024.
Both will be constructed on the same STLA Large electric vehicle platform, which brand CEO Christian Meunier said demonstrates Stellantis' capacity to take advantage of common resources.
Other than in North America, the firm did not disclose prices or the location of each vehicle's manufacturing.
Both cars will also be offered in other markets, such as Europe. According to the firm, Jeep wants the Wagoneer S to have a 0-to-60 mph timing of 3.5 seconds.
A range of 400 miles on a single charge, and 600 horsepower. Similar information wasn't given for the Recon.
Dealership estimated a new hybrid car battery at $30,000, but it is an abnormally high price.
Jeep's "Selec-Terrain traction management system," under-body protection, tow hooks, and tough off-road tyres were touted as part of the Recon's off-road credentials.
Design Chief Ralph Gilles highlighted that the vehicle includes a frunk, or a trunk in the front, and that the exposed door hinges make the doors easy to remove.