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Jeep Magneto Concept

At Jeep's annual Easter Safari, the company previewed what could possibly lie ahead in the future with an all-electric concept called the Magneto. Based on the 2020 two-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, the Magneto features a custom-built axial flux electric motor that produces 285 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque and was designed to closely emulate the performance of their 3.6L Pentastar V6. Most interesting is that they've equipped the Magneto with a six-speed manual transmission and a clutch that works just like you would imagine. Additional features include four battery packs that combine for 70 kW/h of power and you've got a JPP 2" lift kit, 17" Lights Out black metallic wheels, 35" mud-terrain tires, a custom roll cage, Mopar Rock Rails, steel bumpers, and a Warn winch.

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