Just like the rest of the automotive world, Jeep is also going toward full electrification and the first EV model is already in preparation. It could come really soon, maybe already in the next year. From what we know so far, it will be called the 2024 Jeep Avenger and it will offer some pretty interesting design solutions. What’s important is that, despite the modern EV design, it will stick to Jeep’s quintessential. In other words, it will be rugged and off-road-capable.
The new SUV will feature pretty compact dimensions, even smaller than the Renegade. However, it will pack a lock of interesting things in this small package, starting from a battery that ensures decent autonomy, a well-designed cabin and a decent cargo area. Furthermore, Jeep will implement its well-known off-road features and make this SUV pretty capable off the road.
2024 Jeep Avenger Design
The 2024 Jeep Avenger will be the company’s brand-new model and also the first all-electric vehicle with Jeep’s badge. Therefore, it’s no wonder it will be built over the company’s latest platform, which will provide a lot of benefits, starting from the advanced battery technology, which will ensure respectable charging capabilities.
From what we can see in the photos, the new model will look modern but won’t go far away from Jeep’s traditional design approach. The SUV looks rugged and although there are a full lot of modern details that accentuate the model’s all-electric nature, there is also a bunch of Jeep’s trademarks, starting from the legendary 7-bar grille.
The 2024 Jeep Avenger will feature pretty compact dimensions, even smaller compared to the Renegade, which is currently the tiniest vehicle in the lineup. The Avenger will be about 5 inches shorter but on the other hand, its boxy shape promises a lot of interior space. Also, we expect to see the company’s well-known Selec-Terrain system, which will provide strong off-road potential.
The rendering photos show a nicely designed cabin, with all kinds of interesting design solutions. Typically for an EV, the dashboard will feature a pretty simplistic layout, with a sleek shape and lots of horizontal lines. Although pretty simple, the new dashboard doesn’t rely on touchscreen controls entirely, as there is still a pretty decent number of physical controls on the center stack. Speaking of the infotainment screen, we expect that the base models will come with 7-inch units, while a massive 10.25-inch screen will be optional. Naturally, the new model will also come with all kinds of other tech goodies. Besides various connectivity features, will also count on all kinds of driver-assistance features, such as Cruise Control, Lane centering, Automatic Emergency Braking and Traffic Sign Recognition.
Despite the compact size, the new SUV will feature a pretty boxy shape, which promises enough passenger room in both rows. Moreover, the company also promises 34 cubic feet of cargo space, which is a pretty impressive number for an electric vehicle of this size.
2024 Jeep Avenger Drivetrain and Battery
We already mentioned that the 2024 Jeep Avenger will feature Stellantis’ latest battery technology and from what we know so far, the pack will feature around 54kWh in capacity. That should be enough for about 250 miles of range, which makes this SUV quite competitive. Also, the new battery technology will provide pretty fast DC charging. According to some reports, such a charger will be able to charge 60% of the battery in about 25 minutes.
When it comes to the drivetrain, we expect that the base versions will come with a single electric motor, which puts out around 115 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. A version with another electric motor and all-wheel drive is also probable and that model should come with the company’s well-known SelecTerrain system, which would include six drive modes – normal, eco, sport, snow, mud, and sand.
2024 Jeep Avenger Release Date and Price
The 2024 Jeep Avenger is about to arrive sometime in the next year. From what we know so far, it will be offered primarily in Europe, but we expect to see it in some other parts of the world too. Does this include North America? It’s hard to tell at this point. More details will come soon.