[MUSIC] Well, we're gonna get a glimpse into the future of Jeep here at CES 2020 with plugin hybrid versions of their Wrangler, Renegade, and Compass SUVs. Now these look pretty similar to their gas powered counterparts, save for all of the blue badging. We've got a four by e blue badge in the back. Rubicon has got some blue highlights around it, and of course, blue tow hooks. Now, Jeep has plans to electrify its entire lineup by 2022, but don't worry. This doesn't mean that Jeep is only gonna offer EVs. This means that it will have plug-in hybrids, standard hybrids, EVs, naturally, but also mild hybrid systems like we've seen already in the Wrangler, with the two-liter turbo Torque. Now we don't know much about these plug-in hybrids. I mean, battery size? I don't know. The gas counterpart of the engine? I literally have no idea. I don't even know if each of these vehicles is going to use the same engine battery setup or if its all going to be different? We should know more later on in the year at the Geneva motor show, the New York auto show, as well as Beijing. Motor Show. All I can tell you is that a lot of plug-in hybrid SUVs get around 20 miles of pure electric range. And that's gonna be pretty awesome when you're off-road because you can access that sweet, sweet all electric torque and help you get up and over obstacles. We should know more about these 4xE vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show, the Beijing Motor Show, and the New York Auto Show later this This year. All right, I would like to know what you all think is a PSG Plague Jeep like sacrilege, or do you think it's going to be kind of cool? Let me know in the comments and be sure to like and subscribe so you don't miss a single video from ZES. [MUSIC]