From now until November 30, you can make a reservation for the new Jeep Avenger First Edition, an exclusive, exciting, fully-equipped, all-electric configuration that will only be available with a turbo gasoline engine in Italy and Spain. It's a chance that shouldn't be missed because people who have shown interest online by pre-booking will be the first ones to be able to order this special edition and, by extension, help shape it.
Once a user is on the site, they can go to a special platform where they can choose the engine, if one is available, the color they want, and the closest dealer. At this point, the user can give their contact information and agree to keep it private to find out when the car will finally be ready at the dealership. To find out more, you can go to the jeep-official website as of today's early afternoon.
The Jeep Avenger First Edition stands out with its two-tone paint job (Sun with Volcano roof or Granite with Volcano roof) or its all-Volcano paint job. It also has tinted windows, 18-inch alloy wheels that show off its style, and full front and rear LED lights. Inside are multicolored ambient lights, a yellow dashboard fascia, black premium heated seats with yellow inserts, a heated windshield, a cover for the center console, a height-adjustable loading surface, and an electric tailgate that you can open without using your hands.
The Jeep Avenger 1st Edition comes with the Uconnect infotainment system with a 10.25" display, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and a wireless charging mat for smartphones.
The new Jeep Avenger 1st Edition is only available in the BEV version. It has level 2 ADAS systems that help the driver keep the speed and distance to the car in front and center of the lane without any help from the driver.
Automatic climate control, the Blind Spot System, automatic high beams, a rearview mirror with a low beam function, electrically foldable and heated side mirrors, 360° parking sensors with a rearview camera and drone vision, and a cable round out the high-quality equipment package.
As part of the Jeep brand's freedom of choice initiative, when the vehicle is available, Jeep will offer the customer a full line of products for private and public charging, such as the wallbox for charging the car in the garage or the RFID card for charging at one of Europe's 300,000 public charging stations.
At the Paris Motor Show, the Jeep brand is showing off a beautiful Jeep Avenger electric SUV in Granite with a Volcano roof that has been customized with a sticker on the hood with the exclusive X-Camo livery, blue inserts, and the Jeep Avenger logo. The car also has 18 black wheels with blue accents that draw attention to the fact that it runs on electricity.
Inside, the center console has a magnetic cover with the blue "e" logo and an X-Camo pattern on the inside. There are also X-Camo rubber mats for the storage compartments on the dashboard and central tunnel and a premium carpet rug with the car silhouette logo.
The Tychy plant in Poland was built between 1972 and 1975 and covers more than 2.4 million square meters, of which 0.5 million square meters are production halls and service facilities. Making a finished car from sheet metal coils takes about 12 hours of engineering, and about one car comes off the assembly lines every 50 seconds.
Tychy's production is set up to meet the highest quality standards, and the company has won Bronze, Silver, and Gold from the World Class Manufacturing program for constantly improving its products, processes, and customer service to stay at the top of the industry and offer the best choices to customers.
The plant runs a full production cycle with four steps: molding, which an outside company has done since 1998; welding, which is done by 921 robots and is 99.5% automated; painting, which is also done by robots for more than 90% of the time; and assembly lines. From the start of production in 1975 until September 2022, the Tychy plant made a whopping 12.5 million cars.