Stellantis has secured a significant contract through Consip, marking a major milestone in electric vehicles. As part of the awarded tender, Stellantis will supply 1,000 units of the highly anticipated Jeep Avenger BEVs to the National Fire Brigade, strengthening their fleet of emergency vehicles and reinforcing their commitment to sustainable transportation. This latest addition, combined with the previous batch of Stellantis BEV vehicles ordered in March, amounts to a total of 3,160 electric vehicles rejuvenating the Fire Brigade's fleet.
Introducing the 100% electric Jeep Avenger is a groundbreaking achievement for Stellantis. This electric SUV has a second-generation 115 kW (156 HP) electric motor, ensuring remarkable performance and a thrilling driving experience. The Jeep Avenger boasts an impressive range of up to 400 km in the WLTP cycle and an astonishing 550 km within urban areas, making it a versatile and reliable option for various operational demands.
One of the defining characteristics of the Jeep Avenger is its exceptional off-road capabilities. With its compact dimensions, optimized approach, ramp, and departure angles, this vehicle can easily navigate rough terrains. Additionally, the Avenger comes equipped with standard Selec-Terrain and Hill Descent Control systems, providing unparalleled control and safety in any situation. These features make the Avenger an exemplary model within its segment.
The Selec-Terrain system offers six distinct modes tailored to various driving conditions. This electric SUV ensures versatility and adaptability from "Normal" for everyday driving to "Sport" for an exhilarating experience. The "Eco" mode enhances efficiency and extends the vehicle's autonomy, while "Snow" and "Mud" modes optimize traction on slippery or challenging surfaces. Lastly, the "Sand" mode minimizes the risk of getting stuck when driving on sandy terrains.