Hybrid Jeep Grand Commander PHEV appeared in ChinaDecember 3, 2019
Only on electric traction the car is capable of driving up to 70 km, powered by a battery of 13 kW * hours.
Jeep has launched its first electrified model in the Chinese market. Hybrid SUV Grand Commander PHEV in the local market is offered from 309,800 yuan as standard. The car is manufactured at the Chinese factory of the joint venture GAC and FCA.
As a power unit, a 2.0-liter turbocharged GME-T4 gasoline engine Fiat Chrysler is used, working in conjunction with two electric motors. The power of the gasoline engine is 230 hp. and 311 Nm of torque. Electric motors have a power of 120 forces (315 Nm of torque) and 90 hp (117 Nm). The drive is full. The power source for electric motors is 13 kW * hours, which provides up to 70 km of run.
The transmission will receive several driving modes: Hybrid, Electric, E-Save and Sport. Also, the SUV will receive a 6.6 kW charging module, which will fully charge the battery in 8 hours from the outlet. When using a charging station, you can recharge up to 80% of the charge in two hours.
Unfortunately, the hybrid Jeep Grand Commander PHEV will only be available in China.
Jeep, meanwhile, has sued Mahindra over a licensed copy of the SUV. The Indian company has several times entered into an agreement with FCA to issue a licensed copy of the Jeep CJ.
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