By on July 8, 2021

Jeep

As part of Stellantis’ EV Day, Jeep just unveiled the Grand Cherokee 4xe. Sort of.

It’s the automotive-launch equivalent of a harried journalist sending his editor a story marked “TK” — which in copy-editing lingo means “to come”.

For Jeep, it means that we can see the 4xe plug-in hybrid, unmasked, but know almost nothing else about it. All we get is images.

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At least until August, when the full fifth-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee line will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show (yes, it’s back, assuming current COVID trends hold steady/continue in a positive direction). We’ve already driven the three-row version, aptly named L.

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Go ahead, feast your eyes on the images. We’ll bring you the rest of the details once we know them.

[Images: Jeep]

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4 Comments on “Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe Shown, Specs to Come...”


  • avatar
    MrIcky

    I thought when they were talking up the 4xe jeep they basically gave this away at one point and how they could scale it up or down with their battery layout? Anyhow, expect it to be exactly like the 4xe but maybe with more battery packs.

  • avatar
    dal20402

    Assuming this will be the same powertrain as the Wrangler 4xe, but kind of hoping it will have a V6 like the Pacifica instead.. Either way, I’m biased against Jeeps because they tend to sacrifice good space utilization for off-road hardware I won’t use, but I’d test-drive it.

  • avatar
    GregLocock

    Nice photo of a vehicle recharging at 10 mph or less. No shadows from the array = no sun.

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