Jeep kicks off production of Avenger

Jeep has begun with the series production of its new Avenger SUV at its Stellantis plant in Tychy in Poland. According to the carmaker, the Avenger is just the beginning of a portfolio of all-electric SUVs for the European market, as Jeep is looking to become the world leader in zero-emission SUVs.

Some 10,000 units have already been sold since opening the order books in December of last year. As Stellantis has now announced, the first unit was already produced on 31 January. Prices in the UK start from £36,500, ahead of the full range UK launch in June. The technical specifications remain for both the 1st Edition and the regular variant following in June will have identical drive systems,

In terms of technology, the first electric Jeep offers the familiar data of other Stellantis models of the current generation. The Avenger uses an electric drive with 115 kW combined with a 54 kWh battery (50.8 kWh net). Jeep states the WLTP consumption at 15.8 kWh/100 km. Up to 392 kilometres (combined) according to WLTP are said to be possible. The battery can be charged with up to 100 kW DC. The charging time from 20 to 80 per cent is 24 minutes. From the other Stellantis models, it is known that the standard charging process from ten to 80 per cent should take 30 minutes. The AC charging power is 11 kW.


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