2025 Jeep Renegade.

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We already know the next-generation Jeep Renegade EV will be based on the recently introduced Citroen C3 Aircross. Since it seems to be the only new Stelantis platform that could allow for a $25,000 electric Jeep.

While I posted another Jeep Renegade illustration earlier, the one above shows what would happen if Stelantis just decided to craft a Jeep front end onto the existing Citroen C3 Aircross. This is pretty unlikely, since, at least so far, Stelantis has been really good at keeping different designs for different models based on the same platform. However, the bottom pic shows the new Opel Grandland. A new SUV is also based on the new “Smart car” platform from Stelantis, and it looks very close to the Citroen version. So, who really knows…

I guess that profile would work for a small Jeep anyway, but so far both released versions have the same hood, with only the front plastic parts being redesigned. The illustration shows a different hood from the possible Jeep model.

Either way, it will be quite interesting to see a $25,000 new Jeep Renegade EV. it won’t be that small either since the C3 Aircross is already longer than the previous Renegade.

Conversation 5 comments

  1. Give me my pills that is one depressing vehicle. Stellantis should just buy Fisker’s designs and apply them to their products.

  2. Not that Stellantis would seriously consider doing this, but I think the new Citroen C3 Aircross and the next gen Citroen C5 Aircross would actually make two good affordable crossover products for the resurrection of the Plymouth brand in the United States. Just replace the Citroen chevron badge with the Plymouth sailboat badge and Plymouth would be good to go. The C3 Aircross could be the Plymouth Horizon and the C5 Aircross could be the Plymouth Voyager.

  3. The Dodge Hornet and Alfa Romeo Tonale would dispute how much effort Stellantis puts into differentiation different models on the same platform

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