Jeep's first all-electric model, the "Avenger", was introduced at the Paris Motor Show.
Jeep Avenger was introduced at the Paris Motor Show (Mondial de L'Automobile 2022). Designed and developed as a "Jeep" from the very beginning, the Avenger carries the Jeep DNA to compact dimensions; It is preparing to meet the needs of its customers in the best way with its design, style, functionality and advanced technological features. Pioneering Jeep's fully electric vehicle product range with its compact dimensions and technological features suitable for European markets, the Avenger also represents an important step in Jeep's global electrification strategy to become the world's leading zero-emission SUV brand.
Standard on the Jeep Avenger, Selec-Terrain® and Hill Descent Control provide enhanced capabilities, thanks to the car's high ground clearance and superior approach and departure angles. The Jeep Avenger is equipped with a new generation 400 Volt electric powertrain that combines a new electric motor and a new battery. At fast charging points, only 3 minutes of charging is sufficient for a driving range of 30 km with a DC 100 kW Mod 4 cable. Also, the batteries charge from 20 percent to 80 percent in just 24 minutes. All these features make it an attractive option for those looking for a zero-emission alternative to the Jeep brand other than the traditional gamer in its class. With its compact dimensions and spacious interior, the Jeep Avenger is aimed at users with active lifestyles looking for a modern design.
New electric powertrain
Jeep Avenger, which will offer superior driving pleasure on both asphalt and off-road roads with its high power and torque level, is preparing to hit the roads with a new generation electric power-train system that combines a new electric motor and a new battery. The second-generation 400-Volt electric powertrain at the heart of the Avenger is offered by Emotors, a joint venture between Stellantis and Nidec Leroy-Somer Holding. It produces 115 kW of power and 260 Nm of torque, corresponding to 156 HP. The new 54 kWh capacity battery, also manufactured by Stellantis in Avanger, offers an excellent ratio between high energy density and nominal and usable energy. Using NMC 811 Lithium-Ion chemistry, the battery consists of 17 modules and 102 cells. It provides a range of 550 km in the city loop and 400 km in the WLTP loop. The battery, which has been tested over 2 million kilometers, has an extremely compact structure and is located under the front and rear seats. At fast charging points, Avenger charges in 3 minutes with a DC 100 kW Mod 4 cable for a driving range of 30 km. In addition, the batteries can be charged from 20 percent to 80 percent in just 24 minutes. Avenger with these features; Considering that European users travel an average of 30 km per day, it offers the opportunity to drive for days without charging.