Jeep unveils Wrangler electric SUV concept
Jeep is gearing up to launch its first all-electric SUV by showing the third generation of the Wrangler Magneto concept car during its annual safari. The car is notable for different modes for driving over rough terrain and the ability to produce up to 650 horsepower and 1200 Nm of torque.
Wild Wrangler Magneto 3.0 has a number of differences from previous versions. First, a six-speed manual transmission instead of the single-speed automatic that is commonly used in electric vehicles. Secondly, the car received Dynatrac 60 front axles with a ratio of 5.38:1, Dynatrac 80 rear axles with a ratio of 5.38:1 and 20-inch off-road wheels wrapped in thick off-road rubber.
In standard mode, the car produces 285 horsepower and 370 Nm of torque, which, if necessary, can be increased to the above 650 hp. With. and 1200 Nm. The claimed range of the concept car is about 240 kilometers.
In terms of design, the B-pillar has been moved back 60mm and the doorway has been lengthened by about 150mm. The windshield has an additional 12-degree angle, a new wing and a special anti-roll bar. In addition, there are red accents in Bright White and Surf Blue.
According to Jeep, they have learned a lot from the three generations of the Wild Wrangler Magneto, so the company intends to continue to produce mass-produced electric cars.