It requires strict European emissions standards and an average fleet, so from 2022 Jeep will only offer a plug-in hybrid Wrangler. This move will bring the brand a little closer to the goal that by 2025, 70 percent of global sales will come from electrified models such as, for example, Renegade 4Xe Or is it just recently introduced? Grand Cherokee Hybrid Issuance.
At the same time, they’re upgrading the Jeep Wrangler, which is still actually a solid-body off-road SUV that was only packed with modern technology. Design features such as the round headlights or a separate fender body are left untouched, but LEDs provide light and the seven-slot visor looks like a camera, too. The latter is useful not only when parking, but also in the field when it is not visible from the front of the car what obstacle to overcome.
They also take off-road capability seriously for the Wrangler 4Xe, which means it gets Dana hubs, a Trac-Lok differential and electrically launchable stabilizers. Optional for Sahara gear, the Rubicon Edition comes standard with a Gorilla Glass windshield that is more resistant to road impacts.
The removable top can also be a soft top or a hard surface that can be partially peeled off, and the Sunrider Flip Top is a new feature. This means that the fabric above the front row of seats can be easily folded back and enjoy the outdoors. In addition, several new colors have appeared Wrangler in its presentation.
The Jeep Uconnect system works on an 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation and everything an on-board system needs to know today. Of course, complete the features you need for the plug-in hybrid. Charging is indicated by the lights under the blue panel at the top of the dashboard. The range of safety equipment has also been expanded to include automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and high beam assist on the Wrangler.
The plug-in hybrid consists of a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, two electric motors and an 8-speed automatic transmission, as well as a 17 kWh battery pack under the rear seats. The system produces 380 horsepower and 637 Nm of torque, which accelerates the Wrangler to 100 in 6.4 seconds. It is capable of covering 50 kilometers in all-electric mode and can then be charged in 3 hours from a 7.4 kWh charger.
At home, as you look from the chair, it’s pretty funny that Karuza gets wrecked in a bare Wrangler. research!
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