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Jeep to Present All-New “Jeep 4xe” EV Badge At CES

An all-new “Jeep 4xe” badge will be carried by the American manufacturer. The badge will be announced at CES later this month along with new technologies and concept vehicles.

  • CES will be the host of three Jeep plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
  • FCA will also showcase two new concepts
  • The 2020 CES Show starts on January 7th

Jeep will showcase three plug-in hybrid electric vehicles at the CES Show, in Las Vegas, happening later this month.

The three vehicles, the Jeep Wrangler 4xe, the Jeep Compass 4xe and Jeep Renegade 4xe are part of the American carmaker’s commitment to globally launch more than 30 electrified nameplates by 2022. By then, all Jeep models will offer electrification options.

More information on all these three Jeeps will be made available at the Geneva, New York and Beijing auto shows later this year.

The CES will also be the host to two concept vehicles, the Airflow Vision and the Fiat Concept Centoventi.

FCA explains the Airflow Vision concept has “a sculptural design concept that envisions the next generation of premium transportation and UX by considering how the driver and passengers could interact with advanced technologies.”

Meanwhile, the Fiat Concept Centoventi is making its North American debut at the Vegas show following its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. The concept represents FIAT’s vision of electric mass mobility and was created in part to celebrate the brand’s 120-year history, thus its name, the Centoventi which means “120” in Italian.

CES attendees will be able to see all that, as well as the new Jeep 4×4 Adventure VR Experience at the Las Vegas show, starting January 7th.

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