For 2023, iconic SUV brand Jeep lengthens its product lineup—literally. Next the elongation of the Grand Cherokee in 2021, Jeep offers stretched versions of its big Wagoneer and the luxe Grand Wagoneer SUVs each L variants incorporate 12 inches to their overall size and give added place for cargo.
Jeep just announced that it strategies to ramp up its electrical-auto (EV) portfolio, with electrified variants of each individual Jeep by 2025, new EVs in the pipeline, and a plan to have EVs comprise 50 percent the brand’s revenue by 2030. It starts its zero-emissions pledge by dropping the diesel motor from the Wrangler but keeps it for the Gladiator. Whatsoever the electrical power plant or product, Jeep stays correct to its mission of setting up able vehicles for on- and off-road adventures.
At the time of composing, Jeep hadn’t announced changes to the Cherokee and Compass SUVs for the 2023 product 12 months. Shown underneath are modifications to all other 2023 Jeep types.