Jeep's trip through the Dolomites in "Concentrated Freedom," a digital series all about the new Jeep Avenger, the first fully electric Jeep SUV, comes to an end today. The third and final episode of the miniseries, "Explore," is now on the Jeep's YouTube channel. It was made by Lunartic Productions and starred well-known influencers who showed off the new model's features creatively and entertainingly.
Nicolas Simes, a French artist and model, travels with Rabea Schif on the last leg of the trip. Nicolas is very interested in travel and photography, and he shows the public how amazing the Jeep Avenger is. The Jeep Avenger is a 100% Jeep SUV that makes no concessions and has zero emissions thanks to its all-electric engine. The scenic roads of the Dolomites are the perfect place to try out the Jeep Avenger's Selec-Terrain modes, such as Mud, Sand, Snow, and "Sport," which make driving a delightful experience.
Avenger has the same Jeep-like performance in a smaller size to give you the most peace of mind in any situation. The first Jeep SUV with front-wheel drive comes standard with the Selec-Terrain and Hill Descent Control systems. These systems, along with the exceptional angles of attack (20°) and departure (32°), and ground clearance (200 mm), give the segment an extraordinary level of off-road capability.
The Jeep Avenger was made more robust, comfortable, efficient, and 100% electric. It was also made to protect you from all sides and give you full freedom of movement. The Jeep Avenger has protected headlights, front and rear skid plates, and plastic liners that wrap around the bodywork in places where damage is most likely to happen to protect it from low-speed impacts. The new skid plates on the front and back bumpers are made of a polymeric material molded in full color. If they get scratched, they won't lose their paint, and you won't see the damage. The Jeep Avenger was made to be the best travel companion both in cities and in the countryside.
The Jeep Avenger is already for sale at this link as part of a special series called "1st Edition." The Jeep Avenger 1st Edition has full LED headlights, ambient lighting, level 2 autonomous driving (on the BEV version), a Uconnect infotainment system with a 10.25" display, a 10.25" fully digital dashboard, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto wireless, and a wireless charging pad for smartphones. It stands out because of its two-tone paint job, tinted windows, and 18" aluminum wheels. Automatic climate control, the Blind Spot System, automatic high beams, a rearview mirror with a dipped beam function, electrically folding and heated side mirrors, 360° parking sensors with a rear camera that can see drones, and Mode 3 for public charging stations round out the high-quality equipment package.