There’s this solar-powered container house, and then the all-new Jeep Scrambler 392 Concept that Stellantis unveiled for their 57th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. Building upon the original 1981 Jeep Scrambler (CJ-8), it’s powered by a 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine making 470 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The Jeep Wrangler Magneto 2.0 follows up on its predecessor and adds an upgraded battery-electric propulsion system that culminates in a terrain-dominating off-roader that transports you just about anywhere. Featuring a custom-built axial flux electric motor that operates up to 5,250 rpm, a 6-speed manual transmission and four lithium-ion battery packs that are distributed throughout the chassis for weight balance, with a combined power of 70 kW/h, running on an 800-volt system.
Stellantis announced today at their Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan presentation the first-ever 100% battery-electric Jeep SUV. Carlos Tavares, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Stellantis, stated that this off-road vehicle will be launched early next year, and hopes that this will help the company take the next step to the achievement of Jeep brand’s vision of Zero Emission Freedom. Read more for another image and additional information.