Perceptions of electrification are changing as quickly as the technology itself. Once mocked as the preserve of awkward-looking city runarounds, plug-ins have are taking on mass-market segments with ICE-slaying performance, ever-longer ranges and wider availability – they are increasingly just another drivetrain option. So while Jeep’s first plug-in hybrids are suited to urban commuters, they’re also being pitched as a tool for going far beyond the city limits.
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