The American manufacturer is launching a new e-Hybrid engine on the Renegade and Compass, which complements the 4xe plug-in hybrid versions.
Jeep continues its path to electrification by launching a new e-Hybrid version on the Jeep Compass and Renegade, which completes the 4xe rechargeable hybrid offer, which represents 25% of the brand’s sales in Europe, and more than 50% in France.
the e-Hybrid system combines a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine 1.5 GSE of 130 horsepower and 240 Nm of torque, mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox, a 48V electric motor 20 horsepower and 55 Nm of torque. Jeep promises a reduction in consumption and emissions of up to 15% compared to an equivalent gasoline engine.
To go further in promoting its actions for the environment, Jeep is adding to its range a new “Upland” finish, which is offered on the Renegade and Compass, with 4xe and e-Hybrid engines. It is distinguished by a “Matter Azur” blue tint and specific alloy wheels, a black roof, or bronze MetaKrome inserts, not to mention a bonnet sticker.
The interior gives pride of place to recycled materials, which can be found on the headliner, floor mats and seat upholstery in Seaqual, a synthetic fiber made from recycled plastic recovered from the ocean. Recycled black plastic panels are also present on board, as well as bronze MetaKrome inserts made with ecological paints.
the Jeep Renegade e-Hybrid is marketed at a starting price from 29,950 euros, while the Compass e-Hybrid appears from 36,950 euros.
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