The new Jeep Wrangler Xtreme Recon can drive through 33.6 crawls of water, however future Jeeps might have the option to go a lot further than that.
During a new electric vehicle show by Jeep’s parent company Stellantis, a Wrangler was portrayed driving while completely lowered, and that vision could turn into a reality.
“There is a little wink we have toward the end, which is most likely post-2030, however I know a great deal of enthusiasts and a ton of our communities are mentioning it,” Jeep CEO Christian Meunier told the News. “There are some insane, extremely stunning people in the Jeep community who do that kind of thing as of now with an ICE, so you can envision with a battery vehicle what it would be.”
Electric vehicles don’t have air admissions or debilitates, so as long as their hardware is fixed they can work submerged with no issues.
Indeed, the right now accessible Wrangler Rubicon 4Xe plug-in hybrid, which has an all-electric scope of 21 miles, is outfitted with a waterproof battery pack and evaluated at a fording profundity of 30 inches.
The capability might be helpful even without scuba hardware. Meunier additionally prodded future rough terrain independent capability that will permit Jeep proprietors to have their vehicles drop them off in the wild and meet them at an area toward the finish of a climb, boating trip or other action that could include a waterway en route.