Jeep revealed its new 2022 Grand Cherokee plug in hybrid as it strives to pivot more towards electric vehicles. The Vehicle will be sold in the U.S. later this year and the model will feature a two-row and three-row option.
The 2022 Grand Cherokee has approximately 25 miles of all-electric scope before shifting over to a four-cylinder turbocharged engine as its main power source. The exterior style will remain similar to previous models aside from some key changes such as trim differences and unique wheel designs.
“The Jeep Grand Cherokee is our global flagship and will be leading the Jeep brand into a new era of premium refinement, innovative technology, advanced 4×4 capability and electrification,” Jeep CEO Christian Meunier said in a statement.
The new model is set to be the automaker’s second plug-in hybrid electric vehicle within the U.S. The first vehicle consisted of a Wrangler plug-in hybrid electric that was unveiled earlier in the year.
Pricing for the two-row 2022 Grand Cherokee, with the 4xe, has yet to be disclosed. Nevertheless, the three-row version will range from USD39,000 to USD65,000.
Jeep will be investing a minimum of USD35.5 Billion into electric vehicles as well as supporting technologies through 2025. Additionally, It plans to introduce its first all-electric vehicle in 2023.