Performance and range of the electric Jeep Avenger

The Jeep Avenger unveiled, we now know the technical data and performance of the brand’s first electric car.

Jeep, which belongs to the Stellantis group, presented its ambitious electrification plan a few weeks ago, where it showed its big electric offensive with the confirmation of launching at least four electric cars before 2025.

However, the announcement did not focus on providing the technical details of these electric vehicles, but was more focused on showing the roadmap and timing of its future electric cars.

The first to arrive in Europe will be the Jeep Avenger, which is expected to be marketed in early 2023 and today we can finally know more details of this interesting SUV, and the brand has unveiled all its features.

It is also true that as it belongs to the Stellantis group, it seemed obvious that the brand was going to use the eCMP platform, so it could give us a clue as to the features and components that the Jeep Avenger will be fitted with.

The assumptions have been confirmed and the Jeep Avenger will have the same powertrain and battery as the future Peugeot e-308, which will have an upgraded version of the electric motor and a slightly larger battery than Stellantis is using in its other electric vehicles.

Performance and power of the Jeep Avenger (electric)

With this in mind, the electric Jeep Avenger will be powered by a 115 kW (156 hp) engine with 260 Nm of torque. The battery has a capacity of 54 kWh, which is composed of a total of 17 modules containing a total of 102 cells. This battery gives the Jeep Avenger a range of 400 kilometres under the WLTP cycle.

From what we have been able to ascertain, Stellantis wants its future electric cars to have at least 400 kilometres of range, going up a few more kilometres in range than what its first electric vehicles offer.

As for the Jeep Avenger’s charging power, we can tell you that in alternating current (AC) it has a maximum peak power of 11 kW and can fully charge the battery in about 5.5 hours. As for direct current (DC) its maximum power is set at 100 kW, this will charge the battery from 20 to 80% in just 24 minutes.

Finally, the Jeep Avenger will not have all-wheel drive, as it will only be equipped with an electric motor, although all traction management will be controlled by software thanks to the different driving modes included in the car.

The Jeep Avenger will be manufactured entirely in Tychy (Poland) and the option to reserve the special launch edition is already available and the first deliveries are expected to be made in the first months of 2023.

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