Jeep Just Unveiled The World’s Most Capable Off-Road Electric MTB

Feb 4, 2020

Category: Gear

For about as long as they’ve been in business, Jeep has been synonymous with exceedingly-capable off-road vehicles. However, their expertise primarily concerned 4×4 SUVs up to this point. But that looks to be about to change with their latest and greatest announcement, the Jeep e-Bike.

Unveiled during the Super Bowl in an ad featuring Bill Murray, it wasn’t entirely clear whether Jeep’s e-Bike — made in collaboration with QuietKat — was a one-off or something to be made available to the public. As it turns out, however, the brand is fully intending to sell this all-terrain two-wheeler starting in June. And it’s sure to be a hot ticket item with its 750-watt electric motor, 40-mile range, 4.8″ fat tires, Fire-Link suspension, and more. Pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled, but you can sign up with Jeep for email updates.

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