When everyone is trying to aboard a friendly-environment lifestyle, any driver can opt for an electric vehicle and explore the world. The electric car industry is at its peak right now and each brand wants to embrace the electrification of their future concepts and projects.
Jeep is a brand that fully explores the potential of electric cars. Their latest project was the successful electrification of the Wrangler dubbed 4xe Hybrid. Also, they worked on a joint project to put chargers across the country at trailheads to ensure their customers have their trucks fully charged before diving into the wild. Now they want to be the first ones to put out on the market a lift kit for an electric vehicle. This kit is perfect to ensure a better ground clearance.
It may seem obvious that Any off-roader must have a lift kit, but Jeep offers one for its Jeep has already released a kit for the diesel version of the Wrangler and caters to the Gladiator too. They had this brilliant idea to create a 2-inch lift kit for the Wrangler 4xe and becoming the first on the market to develop one, especially for the electric truck.
Another recent release is the Mopar-branded 240-volt home EV charger that was developed to charge five times faster aimed for the vehicles with just 21 miles of all-electric range. "We continue to expand our off-road Jeep portfolio with more innovative new features, including convenient at-home electric-vehicle chargers for vehicles like the new Jeep Wrangler 4xe," according to Mark Bosanac, North America Vice President, Mopar Service, Parts & Customer Care.
Also, Mopar offers more than 500 quality-tested, factory-backed parts, and accessories. Take, for example, the range price for the latest accessories is between $600 and $1,500. Just to be clear, they sell the Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit with an RRP of $1,495, while the 240V charger optioned in hardwired-in or plug-in variants costs between $621.50 and $647.50.
So, what do you think of the Jeep's lift kit for an EV?