It looks like the future for Jeep is looking green.
A new article on Trucks.com points to Jeep looking to make the next generation of Jeeps electric.
“That’s just the natural evolution we’re seeing in the industry,” Scott Tallon, the director of Jeep brand for FCA NA is quoted saying. “As consumers continue to demand more of this technology and convenience we’ll continue to develop our Jeeps that way.”
The article continues to say that a plug-in hybrid version of the Wrangler is expected to be on sale in 2020 as part of the 2021 model line. That means that the future of an electric Jeep is looking more and more likely. That seems to be the way much of the industry is going.
The question for Jeep enthusiasts will be what hybrid and electric cars would mean for the brand. Considering the allure of Jeep is and continues to be off-road, if Jeep can maintain that all the while keeping the capability, it is hard to think that drivers would be mad.
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