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Jeep global president, Christian Meunier, recently confirmed that an electrified Gladiator pickup truck is on the way. But he wouldn't provide a timeline or any other details. An electric Grand Cherokee is also happening.

"Speaking to Australian media this week, Jeep global president Christian Meunier revealed the next-generation Grand Cherokee due to land here at the end of the year would not be offered with a diesel engine, but with a 4xe system instead, describing the PHEV tech as limitless."

"Mr Meunier also confirmed point blank that there was “for sure” an electrified Gladiator in the works – hardly surprising given it shares the vast majority of its platform and mechanicals with the Wrangler – however it remains to be seen if it will make it Down Under."
 

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Jeep global president, Christian Meunier, recently confirmed that an electrified Gladiator pickup truck is on the way. But he wouldn't provide a timeline or any other details. An electric Grand Cherokee is also happening.

"Speaking to Australian media this week, Jeep global president Christian Meunier revealed the next-generation Grand Cherokee due to land here at the end of the year would not be offered with a diesel engine, but with a 4xe system instead, describing the PHEV tech as limitless."

"Mr Meunier also confirmed point blank that there was “for sure” an electrified Gladiator in the works – hardly surprising given it shares the vast majority of its platform and mechanicals with the Wrangler – however it remains to be seen if it will make it Down Under."
This is great news for the Jeep lineup. They're finally making strides to electrify the rest of the lineup. I wonder if the Grand Wagoneer will have something similar.
 

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This is great news for the Jeep lineup. They're finally making strides to electrify the rest of the lineup. I wonder if the Grand Wagoneer will have something similar.
If not right away, then the Grand Wagoneer should at least get RAM 1500's 'eTorque' mild hybrid setup. Both are based on the same platform and should share anything that can be universal between them.
 
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