Last week, during Stellantis’ “Dare Forward 2030” strategic plan presentation, Carlos Tavares, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Stellantis, revealed images of the first-ever 100% battery-electric Jeep® SUV, as the brand continues its global initiatives toward the full electrification of its SUV portfolio. The unnamed vehicle (internally known as the Jeep Junior), will officially be launched in the first half of next year.
So it didn’t take long for the talented digital designers of the interwebs, you start making their own version of the new Junior. One design that caught our eye, was from a YouTuber known as “Theottle“. He recreated the Junior into a compact pickup truck. Using the highly-successful 2022 Fiat Strada subcompact as a guide, he created a short box on the back of the new electrified Jeep SUV.
Giving off a Ford Maverick vibe, the Junior pickup looks surprisingly futuristic, handsome, and very “Jeep-esque”. Something of its size could prove to be very successful for urban pickup owners. The Maverick has proven to be a hot ticket item for Ford, causing the automaker to halt orders before the halfway point of the production year. With Jeep’s success of the off-road-oriented Gladiator, it could make sense for the brand or Jeep’s sister brand Ram to market such a pickup.
So what do you think of Theottle’s design? Would a compact pickup interest you and fulfill your needs. How, would you feel about it being electric? Let us know in the comments below or in the MoparInsiders.com forums.
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