AMP debuts all-electric Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Detroit Motor Show

AMP debuts all-electric Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Detroit Motor Show

The 2012 Detroit Motor Show is going to host a completely new line of green vehicles as AMP Electric Vehicles is debuting its most recent electric conversion which has its basis on the new 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The Ohio-based company is currently working at the conversion of the 2010-2011 Mercedes-benz ML 350 and of the Chevrolet Equinox after having previously offered a battery-powered version of the Saturn Sky. Jim Taylor, AMP CEO, stated about the pure electric Jeep Grand Cherokee that AMP's electrification managed to meet the requirements of SUV customers, ones that include zero emissions, an up to a 100-mile range and smooth powerful performance. More details refering to the price, market distribution and initial delivery dates will be revealed at the detroit Auto Show in January.


AMP debuts all-electric Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Detroit Motor Show image AMP debuts all-electric Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Detroit Motor Show image