The latest EVs to claim their space in the burgeoning marketplace are from Dodge and Jeep. Parent company Stellantis recently released a product roadmap for 2022 and 2023 featuring several new EVs, including new options from both automobile brands.
From now until the end of the first half of 2023, Stellantis plans to unveil an impressive 20 plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV). Out of that 20, 10 will be BEVs, nine will be PHEVs, and one will offer both BEV and PHEV options. Only two of those electrified models are of concern for U.S. buyers, though.
First, there’s the Dodge plug-in hybrid model, which is slated to release sometime in 2022. Stellantis didn’t share any more information about the PHEV, but given the fact that it’s currently only selling the Challenger, Charger, and Durango, it’ll probably be one of those unless the brand announces a brand-new model. In July, the brand made an equally vague reference to making an all-electric muscle car sometime in 2024.
The roadmap also lays out an all-electric Jeep, which is expected in the first half of 2023. Again, Stellantis was noticeably dry on the details, but it will likely be a small crossover. According to InsideEVs, this new electric Jeep model could even potentially replace the Renegade.