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Jeep Plans Four Electric SUVs, Including a New ‘Brother’ for the Wrangler

  • First battery-powered Jeep won’t debut in US until 2024
  • Carmaker says new Recon model isn’t a replacement for Wrangler
Jeep Recon EV
Jeep Recon EVSource: Stellantis

Jeep, the rugged American SUV brand owned by Stellantis NV, is expanding its lineup to meet more-stringent emissions rules and catch up to rival automakers.

The brand known for the off-road Wrangler will bring four fully-electric SUVs to market by 2025, including two all-new models, the company said Thursday. The Jeep Recon, a zero-emission vehicle its top designer calls a “brother” of the popular Wrangler, will go on sale in the US in 2024. The Jeep Avenger, a compact electric SUV meant to navigate tight urban spaces, will enter the European market next year.