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Jeep Poised To Whip Themselves Back Into Shape

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The car company responsible for the progression of the American Ecosystem during the first couple of World Wars is actually poised to make a comeback after a string of disappointing downturns. For starters, Jeep hasn’t been the most prominent car company as far as electric vehicles are concerned. Truly, this shouldn’t be a big deal due to the fact that there has been many advancements in the field but with that truth, so have there been much competition that has ultimately held back companies that have no real progression or plan.

Luckily, Jeep has a plan. They’re looking into forming new models and maybe even letting go of the long held belief that the Wagoneer could be a sub-brand.

What’s more is that there is a new head honcho in charger. The CEO Antonio Filosa vows to make Electric Vehicles a priority as they utilize plug-in hybrids and even a purely electric Avenger subcompact SUV, set to be on sale in Europe. Plus, North America is likley to see their own fully electric Jeep in the form of the Wagoneer S premium midsize SUV, beginning production in the second quarter and set to hit the dealerships by the Fall.

99% ready. That’s the estimation to completion that experts note of the Wagoneer S and the Recon.

Plus, there are seven-slot grilles with an illuminated front fascia and a well-integrated spoiler and lip held at the back of the SUV, using the traditional look. Likely, this will be one of the fastest Jeeps around, utilizing 600 horsepower and even a dual motor setup.

How fast does it move? About zero-to-60 miles per hour in only 3.5 seconds. From what it looks like, this Jeep will be the first upon the STLA Large platform. The biggest competitor it has currently? The Tesla Model Y.

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