When you hear the words Jeep Wrangler, you’re thinking of an all-terrain company that combines ingenuity and rugged charm all in one. This is thanks to a battery, electric motor and turbocharged gas I-4 engine with the ability to deliver upwards of 49 MPGe while also adding 21 miles of electric-only driving range. These Plug-In Hybrid numbers are semi-familiar as per usual for the Wrangler figures.
This would cover breakover angles, ground clearance as well as water fording depth. Theoretically, these plug-in hybrids come together as useful elements of both electric and gas vehicles, while offering silence in off-motoring engines. These are for short commutes and cross-country travel, readily fueled by gasoline.
But really, the utility aspect depends on plugging in for hybrid power. The Jeep has about a 4xe 20 mpg amount to combine in hybrid mode.
There must be a commitment to plug in the charger by being able to charge up enough for the next day. For all you electricity buffs out there, the charge process would only take about 12 hours upon 110-volt wall outlets. Perhaps even two with only 240 volts. Folks drive less than 40 miles a day. This is able to be achieved thanks to the 4xe covering that without even using a little bit of gas. Range anxiety doesn’t cross the Jeep owner’s thoughts.
Jeep had brought back the Wrangler’s previously paused mild-hybrid eTorquey I-4. This turbo addition to the equally hefty starter can produce 270 horsepower over 295 lb-ft of torque. What’s more is that there is an electric motor that can give off 134-hp over 181-lb-ft.
This 4xe is the strongest Wrangler, needless to say, next to the 470 horsepower V-8 powered Wrangler 392. The Peak Torque is huge for a V-8. The Jeep Wrangler 4xe can shoot to speeds above the limits of the highway. Isn’t that something spectacular?