The US-based Jeep has released images of its first electric SUV, which will be released as part of the company’s Dare Forward 2030 campaign. It is clear from the design that the electric SUV has been heavily influenced by Jeep’s Compass SUV.
Apparently the Jeep showcases the “concept” of their new electric car, but with only the first international showrooms in a year, it is unlikely that the production model will be any different.
With the bright Daylight LEDs above the main light, the design looks more modern than the Compass with split lamps. In the small case, the sixth slat of the closed-off grille houses the “e” badge that recalls the compass.
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The sides and wheels of the SUV are covered in thick layers of thick body, while the bulge in the bonnet is black decal, and the columns and roof are black, giving the SUV a two-tone appearance with a yellow body. soak.
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Although the Jeep is uncertain, the new electric SUV is expected to be based on similar domestic SUV models from Alfa Romeo and Fiat, which will go into production in 2023 or 2024.