Jeep will introduce its first battery-powered electric car in the first quarter of 2023, but we don’t have to imagine what it will look like because the exterior of the upcoming model is fully revealed. The parent company Stellantis ridiculed the upcoming Jeep EV during its recent presentation, where it discussed its plans to be completely carbon neutral in 2038.
We believe that car will also come with a two-wheel drive system with two engines, although this means that the platform has been modified to suit this, but it is strange that Jeep offers it with the engine in front.
As for the new Jeep EV, not much is shared, except for its design and when Stellantis expects its debut. When we look at the front, we immediately see split clusters of lights, with the headlights for the day and under the actual headlights. The radiator grille retains the familiar Jeep design with vertical slats, but is completely enclosed and has a visible E-logo that identifies it as EV. The rear of the car adds a sporty hatchback atmosphere with wide, convex sides and small set rear lights. However, we do not know what to call it, because there is no name on the back – the hatch has the same E-logo as the artificial grille.