Future Of EV

Hybrid Electric vehicles in Ottawa, KS 

Future Of EV/Hybrid at Victory CDJR Of Ottawa

The team at Victory CDJR of Ottawa is excited to help Kansas City and Ottawa residents as they embrace the movement to hybrid and electric vehicles. EVs represent a more environmentally friendly option that will reduce drivers' operating costs and help preserve our planet for future generations. The current options include hybrids and all-electric vehicles to meet the needs of all kinds of drivers across the country. While hybrids still rely on the combustion engine, an electric motor provides increased power and fuel economy to these earth-friendly choices. Additionally, all-electrics are precisely what you would expect. There is no combustion engine. Only an electric motor is used to propel these even more planet-conscious options.

How CDJR Is Building Toward The Future

Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM have high expectations for the future. Currently, the proposal is to deliver over 40% of their vehicles in a low-emission format in the United States by 2030. The plan includes both hybrids and EVs, using four flexible platforms. The new unibody platforms will deliver cars, crossovers, and SUVs on the small, medium, and large options, while a body on frame platform will be used for the larger pickup trucks and off-road purpose-built SUVs.

Brand Specific Vehicles

RAM has recently announced the release of an all-electric RAM 1500 by 2024. This delivery will keep the RAM in line with the other two Big Three manufacturers, planning a delivery date in the next 24 months. Jeep is leading the pack at CDJR with the plug-in hybrid version of the Grand Cherokee SUV called the 4xe model. There are also rumors of an all-electric Wrangler that could be making an appearance very soon.

Dodge has recently released some exciting news for muscle fans. The debut is expected in 2024. However, the finer details remain very well-kept secrets. The information that has been released shows a throwback to the glory days of the American Muscle of days past. The new term will be eMuscle, and it is designed to bring fun and excitement into the electric vehicle realm. There is no word yet on the platform, so we could see a Charger or Challenger earning the accolades as the first Electric American Muscle car to prowl the planet.

Chrysler is the most tight-lipped about its future in EVs. The expectation is a sedan and an SUV that will be headed to the market shortly. But there has been no unveiling scheduled or even any firm plans divulged about the look, capability, or features of these new members of the Chrysler line.

Jeep Steps Up With Charging Solutions

Coinciding with the release of the 4xe, Jeep has announced the installation of Level 2 charging stations at several famous Jeep Badge of Honor off-road trailheads around the country. The project is expected to be completed in the next 12 months and will include Moab, Rubicon Trail, and Big bear as the first three install sites.

To learn more about the exciting future of environmentally friendly vehicles, visit Victory CDJR of Ottawa.