Jeep Commander PHEV Is An Electrified SUV Only For China


Wait, what is the Jeep Commander that you speak of? It’s a five-seat version of the three-row Grand Commander, a China-only SUV based on the latest-generation Cherokee (KL) and previewed by the 2017 Yuntu concept. As you have probably guessed by now, both are sold exclusively in China. The seven-seat model was launched in the People’s Republic about a year ago and was followed towards the end of the year by the five-seat model. Now, the two-row version is being electrified – the other one already has a PHEV setup – with a plug-in hybrid system for the Auto Shanghai 2019.

It looks virtually the same as the conventionally powered model, save for the extra cap on the left quarter panel where Jeep has installed the charging port. Speaking of which, the unspecified battery pack will have enough energy for a zero-emissions range of up to 43 miles…

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