Jeep to sell exclusively EVs in Europe, starting 2023

By the end of 2022, the 80-year-old Jeep brand will cease the sales of purely internal-combustion-engine vehicles in Europe, global CEO Christian Meunier revealed. Following the launch of Jeep’s plugin-hybrid Wrangler 4xE in 2020, the company has experienced increased demand for EVs, especially in Europe. As 2022 ends, Jeep will focus on PHEVs and battery-electric vehicles for the European market. “There is enough demand for us to make that bold move in Europe,” Meunier said, adding that electrified models already constitute 50 per cent of Jeep sales in France. Read the original article.

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