Jeep, the SUV brand owned by Stellantis, has announced a comprehensive roadmap for its next generation of electric 4xe vehicles. Through it, the brand expects to become a leading manufacturer of electrified SUVs around the world. 

The plan will see the OEM introduce four all-electric SUVs in North America and Europe by the end 2025. Furthermore, by the end of 2022, Jeep aims to fully electrify its SUV portfolio across many of its European markets. Looking further ahead, it aims to have 100% of its European sales, and 50% of its U.S. sales, consist of EVs by 2030. These targets together work to satisfy the larger net-zero carbon emissions goals set by Stellantis in its Dare Forward 2030, strategy.

The first two electric SUVs released under the plan will be the all-new Jeep Recon and a new model under the Wagoneer nameplate, codenamed Wagoneer S – both will release in North America and other regions around the world. Both models will likewise be supported by the release of a new electric SUV, the Jeep Avenger, that will launch in Europe in early 2023.

This electrification plan will also expand the Wagoneer portfolio. Here, Jeep will offer an all-new all-electric Wagoneer in the premium midsize SUV segment, while Wagoneer models in the large SUV segment will deliver powertrains that target around 500 miles (804 kilometers) of combined range.

Aimed at drivers seeking extreme adventures, the Jeep Recon will be one of the first all-new electric SUVs to launch in North America. In offering dedicated off-roading experiences, the Recon will provide true trail-rated capability with Jeep Selec-Terrain traction management system; e-locker axle technology, under-body protection, tow hooks and aggressive off-road tires. Inside, the latest generation of Stellantis’ Uconnect heads up the infotainment with detailed travel guides of popular off-road trails.

Through the Wagoneer S, Keep will continue to expand its presence in the premium SUV segment – offering a aerodynamic design and 4×4 capability as standard. Drivers will benefit from its all-terrain management and brand-focused technologies. Offered exclusively as a BEV, the Jeep Recon will target a range of 400 miles (643 kilometers) on a single charge, 600 horsepower, and a 0-60 mph time of around 3.5 seconds. The all-new Wagoneer BEV will be displayed to the public next year, with reservations opening for U.S. customers in 2023, and production will start in 2024 in North America.

The all-new Jeep Avenger, to be introduced in Europe and other markets, such as Japan and South Korea, will be positioned under the Jeep Renegade and produced at its plant in Tychy, Poland. The Avenger will provide users with a targeted electric range of 248 miles (400 kilometers), and strong ground clearance, breakover, and approach angles for its segment. The SUV’s interior will look to deliver a modern, technologically advanced, and spacious experience.

The Jeep Avenger will debut at the Paris Motor Show press day, on October 17, with reservations opening for customers that same day. The all-new Jeep Avenger will then arrive in showrooms from early 2023.