2020 Jeep Lifted Powertrain, & Interior, Release Date And Price

2020 Jeep Lifted Powertrain, & Interior, Release Date And Price – After the recent update, it looks like FCA prepares another exciting novelty for this subcompact SUV. It has been confirmed that the 2020 Jeep Lifted is coming with a new, plug-in hybrid powertrain. This powertrain is a part of the company’s new electrification plan, and the Renegade will be one of the first models to get electrified powertrain. Other than a battery pack and electric motors, the latest version shouldn’t be much different compared to standard models. As you probably know, this capable crossover has been updated recently and now comes with improved styling, as well as with some novelties on the inside.

On the other side, standard models will continue with familiar gasoline units, including the recently-introduce MiltiAir turbo-four unit. Also, keep in mind that the 2020 Jeep Lifted will probably cost much higher compared to base models.

2020 Jeep Lifted Powertrain

Of course, the most important thing about the new 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid. The new powertrain has been confirmed, and the latest reports suggest we are about to see a plug-in hybrid technology. A good thing about the hybrid version is the standard all-wheel drive. Count on a relatively large battery pack and one or a couple of electric motors, which will take care of the rear axle.

On the front axle, the power will come from one of the company’s familiar gasoline units. Although many reports suggest some of Fiat’s smaller turbo units, we won’t be surprised if we see a massive 2.4-liter from Chrysler either. In any case, the whole system will be similar to one that powers Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. The 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid will come with a relatively large battery, as we already mentioned. Therefore, count on the all-electric mode as well. Still, don’t expect any spectacular range in this mode.

2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid Redesign

Other than a new powertrain, the 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid will probably come with an identical design. Of course, we could see a couple of small details that would accentuate its electrified character, but the overall design will remain the same. That means pretty common platform and mechanics, which are shared with another subcompact crossover, Fiat 500X. The Renegade comes with pretty distinctive styling, with a quiet lifestyle design approach. It is also good to mention that the company did a facelift recently.

The changes were rather mild, but we can notice novelties in several parts of the crossover. The most notable are new bumpers, which feature sportier design and new fog lights and air intakes. Also, there are new headlamps, borrowed directly from the Wrangler. Given these recent changes, the 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid probably won’t’ come too many distinctive details. Besides badging, we should also see new wheels and maybe some exclusive color options.

2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid Interior

On the inside, this could be slightly different compared to standard models. As we already mentioned, the 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid will feature a similar hybrid system to the Chrysler Pacifica. Therefore, the battery will probably be placed under rear seats, which would affect interior space and cargo capacity. Still, we don’t expect drastic changes in terms of cargo volume, which is standard model goes around 18.5 cubic feet behind rear seats.

In terms of the overall cabin layout, this will be pretty much the same. Front seats will remain untouched so that you can count on a pretty high level of comfort, thanks to a generous leg and headroom. Also, a strong point of this crossover is excellent visibility in all directions.

The dashboard layout will remain practically the same. Of course, the instrument cluster will come with some tweaks, adapted to a hybrid powertrain. We could see some new color combinations, but the overall design will remain the same. This means a pretty average interior quality, with a fine portion of hard plastic surfaces.

2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid Release Date And Price

The 2020 Jeep Lifted Hybrid should arrive sometime in the next year. The starting price will probably go around 30.000 dollars.

 

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