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Jeep Electric Baby SUV Spy Test


The first real-world image of Jeep’s first electric model has surfaced online, as the vehicle begins technical evaluations.

A brand new Jeep’s small electric SUV has begun road testing ahead of its 2023 debut.

A grainy black-and-white photo has surfaced online showing a camouflaged version of the electric Jeep, which will be the American brand’s first production electric vehicle.

The baby electric vehicle (EV) appears to have been photographed in a studio and, given the poor quality of the image, suggests that the photographer may have used a tiny spy camera to smuggle out the first real photo of the car.

Although details of the yet-unnamed Jeep have not been released, it is expected that the model will be based on parent company Stellantis’ CMP platform – shared with the 2008 Peugeot – and will likely see the Alfa Romeo and Fiat equivalents follow.

Jeep previously announced plans to offer a battery-powered model in “every [market SUV] segment by 2025”.

The baby Jeep EV could make its European debut in the first half of 2023, although ongoing supply chain issues could see that timeframe rocket into 2024, according to some reports.

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