FCA Canada Electric Vehicles

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FCA Canada Electrified Vehicles

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The Future Of Automotive Excellence

Change is in the air. We’re entering a new era, where innovation meets inspiration. Since our first hybrid electric vehicle launched in 2009, we’ve been building on decades of award‑winning product excellence to deliver exciting, class‑leading vehicles offering advanced technology at affordable prices. Today, we’re bringing even more low emission technologies to our iconic brands.

75+ BEV Models By 2030

We plan to offer more than 75 battery electric vehicle (BEV) models, helping to meet our goal of 50% of North American vehicle salesPassenger cars and light-duty trucks. to be BEVs by 2030.

360-Degree Electric Strategy

Our vision for electrification covers a 360‑degree view that includes access to key raw materials, second‑life use, and recycling of key components.

Invested In The Future

Nearly $32 billion USD (€30 billion) will be invested to support electrification, including cutting‑edge developments in technology for enhanced low emission performance.

Explore our exciting lineup of electrified vehicles and learn more about how we are driving electrification forward to reduce emissions and enhance performance for our customers.

Featured Electrified Vehicles From The FCA Family

A grey 2023 Grand Cherokee 4xe PHEV vehicle parked on a hill.

Jeep® Grand Cherokee 4xe PHEVPlug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine.

The Most Reduced-Emission Grand Cherokee Ever.Based on manufacturer's estimates of greenhouse gas emissions and latest Ward's Middle/Sport Utility Vehicle Segment - Excludes Other FCA US LLC Vehicles. Competitor information based upon available manufacturer specifications.
A front angled view of a red 2024 Dodge Hornet R/T PHEV shown driving on a paved road with trees in the background.

Dodge Hornet R/T PHEVPlug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine.

Classic Dodge muscle in an electrified Compact Utility Vehicle.
Ram 1500 REV.

Ram 1500 REVBattery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels.

Game-changing, first-ever Ram electric truck.

Innovation By The Numbers

We know that range, charging time, affordability, and choice are of prime importance to our customers. That’s why our electrification strategy is not a one‑size‑fits‑all plan. Our global engineering teams are developing vehicle platforms, propulsion, and energy storage systems that will enhance the inherent DNA of each of our iconic brands.

Closeup image of the batteries inside an electric vehicle.

Two Battery Cell Chemistries

By 2024, we’ll offer two new battery chemistries – a high energy‑density option, and a nickel cobalt‑free alternative – that will improve battery performance and reduce production costs. The battery pack format will be standardized across our electrified vehicles, making them easy to install and upgrade once new technology is available.

Even more exciting news: by 2026, we plan to release our first solid state battery technology, which will offer the fastest possible charging times compared to current liquid‑centre batteries.

Three Electric Drive Modes

Different drivers have different needs. That’s why we’re introducing three Electric Drive Modes (EDMs) that combine the motor, gearbox, and inverter. The EDMs can be configured for front‑drive, rear drive, all‑wheel drive, and 4xe to accommodate the driving needs for every vehicle type. Combined with the new battery chemistry, the EDMs will help us deliver vehicles with Best‑In‑Class performance in efficiency, range, and recharging.

Rear view of a Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid driving on a paved road through a forest.
A white Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe and a blue Jeep Wrangler 4xe parked in the badlands while charging.

Four State-Of-The-Art Platforms

Our customers want choice and variety. To serve a wide range of vehicle segments, we’re developing four state‑of‑the-art vehicle platforms for battery electric vehicles (BEVs)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. that will share a set of common design, engineering, and production efforts, as well as major components. From city cars to pickup trucks and SUVs, the high level of flexibility and component sharing will help to reduce production costs, keeping electrified vehicles more affordable for our customers.

Explore Our Electrified Vehicle Lineup

Electrify Your Senses

Plug into a unique range of emotions every time you get behind the wheel of an electrified Alfa Romeo vehicle.

Electrify Your Senses

Plug into a unique range of emotions every time you get behind the wheel of an electrified Alfa Romeo vehicle.

Advanced Technology For A New Generation Of Families

Low emission and family‑friendly since 2017, experience the only Plug‑In Hybrid Electric minivan on the market.

Advanced Technology For A New Generation Of Families

Low emission and family‑friendly since 2017, experience the only Plug‑In Hybrid Electric minivan on the market.

Maximum Rev, Minimum Emissions

Dodge is unleashing the future of muscle cars – all of the tire-squealing, engine revving power you love with the lowest emissions ever.

Maximum Rev, Minimum Emissions

Dodge is unleashing the future of muscle cars – all of the tire-squealing, engine revving power you love with the lowest emissions ever.

Reduced-Emission Freedom

Low emission adventure awaits thanks to longer range than ever.

Reduced-Emission Freedom

Low emission adventure awaits thanks to longer range than ever.

Built To Serve

Ram trucks work hard and play hard. Now, they do it all with near-zero tailpipe emissions.

Built To Serve

Ram trucks work hard and play hard. Now, they do it all with near-zero tailpipe emissions.

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Electrified Commercial Vehicles

Evolving your business by going electric is easy thanks to FCA’S rapidly growing fleet of electrified vehicles.

Electrify Your Fleet

The Rewards Of Electrification

More Fun With Less Fuel

With zero‑emission battery power, average daily use can be almost entirely electric – and you won’t need to fill up as often.

Quietly Powerful

Don’t let the quiet engine fool you – our electrified vehicles have impressive capability and the range to go the distance.

Life In The Fast(er) Lane

Enjoy the privilege of driving your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. in the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane (in applicable provinces).

On Par Maintenance

FCA Canada electrified vehicles follow a familiar maintenance schedule and are fully covered by a transferable warranty.

Incentives For Electrification

Government clean energy vehicle incentives and rebates may be available on the purchase or lease of eligible new electrified vehicles.

Your dealership can help you discover the maximum rebates and incentives you may qualify for based on the vehicle you are purchasing and your location. You can also explore the Government of Canada’s Clean Energy Initiative website for more information on available EV rebate programs.

Consider Your PHEVPlug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. Protected

BASIC WARRANTY2022, 2023 and 2024 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)

3 Years or 60,000 km,
whichever comes first.

Covers repair or replacement of factory‑installed parts

HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY WARRANTY2022, 2023 and 2024 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)

8 Years or 160,000 km,
whichever comes first.

17kWh battery is covered by a transferable warranty

ROADSIDE ASSISTANCESome conditions may apply.
See your dealer for details.

24-Hour Roadside Assistance

Your Questions Answered

Learn more about electrified vehicles and why they are both a planet-friendly and effective choice.
BEV stands for Battery Electric Vehicle. BEVs have an electric motor (or motors) powered by a battery that can be charged by plugging it in, and through regenerative braking. A BEV does not require any other fuel source to operate; it runs entirely on zero‑emission battery power.
PHEV stands for Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicle. PHEVs have a gas engine and an electric motor (or motors) powered by a battery that can be charged by plugging it in.
Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles (PHEVs) reduce total fuel consumption by combining two sources of power: an electric motor (or motors), and a gas engine. Typically, the vehicle runs on electric power first; once battery power is depleted, the vehicle will run on gas power alone until a sufficient battery charge is reached through plugging in the battery to recharge.

A Hybrid vehicle does not plug in to recharge the battery; instead, it continuously recharges the battery via regenerative braking and through operation of the engine.

In addition to regenerative braking and engine function, a Plug‑In Hybrid (PHEV) battery can be recharged by plugging it in. A PHEV also has a larger battery capacity than a typical Hybrid vehicle, and can therefore drive zero‑emission electric mode for longer before the combustion engine takes over. This results in overall lower tailpipe emissions than a regular Hybrid vehicle.

Regenerative braking collects and stores the kinetic energy used to stop the vehicle, and uses it to both charge the battery and help the gas-powered internal combustion engine to drive the vehicle. Just through normal driving, slowing down, and stopping, you contribute to the battery charge.
The total range of a Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) depends on the vehicle’s battery capacity and fuel tank capacity.
A PHEV requires gas to function properly, even when driving with zero-emission all‑electric power. You should never drive without gas in the tank of your PHEV.

The time it takes to charge your PHEV depends on how much charge is currently in your battery, and the charging method you choose.

With the included Level I (115 V) charging cable, you can fully charge your PHEV in 12 hours using a standard three‑prong outlet. If you have a partial battery charge already, you can also use Level I charging to top up the battery.

With the available Level II (240 V) home charging station available through Mopar® or a commercial charging station, you can fully recharge your battery in as little as 2 hours. Topping up a partial battery charge would take even less time.

Regularly charging your PHEV is the best way to optimize your vehicle’s performance and reduce your overall fuel consumption. While your PHEV can run on gas alone, regular charging will help you to enjoy more emission‑free electric driving.

Help make regular charging a habit using the Uconnect® 5 system to program your vehicle’s charging schedule to run during less expensive, off-peak hours. Using the helpful Uconnect 5 mobile app, you can program your charging sessions to occur automatically whenever the vehicle is plugged in.

New tools for locating charging stations are becoming available every day. In the meantime, you can use this handy charging station locator map, by clicking on the link below:

https://openchargemap.org/site

And don’t forget – you can always use the included Level I charging cable to charge your véhicule hybride électrique rechargeable (VHR)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. using any available, standard three‑prong outlet if a commercial charging station is not available nearby.

The cost to charge an electrified vehicle is influenced by a variety of factors, including the size and capacity of the vehicle’s battery, the frequency of charging, the local price of electricity, the time of day, and the amount of voltage required. Therefore, different electrified vehicles will have different annual charging costs based on your driving habits and your location.

To reduce charging costs, consider recharging your vehicle at night when electricity demand is lower and rates may be reduced, or having a Level II charger professionally installed at home to reduce total charging connection time.

Yes, it’s fine to partially charge the battery. Your Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. is equipped with specialized software that manages battery usage over its life cycle to optimize battery performance and longevity.

You can also use the Uconnect® 5 mobile app to schedule charging during a certain time of day, such as at night when electric utility charges are generally cheapest. This allows you to get a full charge when the vehicle is not in use.

Absolutely! A PHEV combines powerful electric motors with a gas engine, which means that even when the battery isn’t charged, you can still drive using gas power. Once you recharge the battery, you can continue driving with combined electric and gas power.
The battery in your Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. has been specially engineered to last for the entire lifespan of the vehicle. All high-voltage 17 kWh batteries are backed by a transferable warranty for 8 Years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first.2022, 2023 and 2024 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)
Depending on your location and the specific vehicle, you may qualify for rebates through the federal level, provincial level, or both. These rebates can provide significant savings on the purchase or lease of a new electrified vehicle.

Eligibility for rebates and incentives for the purchase or lease of an electrified vehicle varies according to your location and the type of vehicle you are purchasing.

Your dealership can help you determine the maximum rebates and incentives you qualify for, or you can explore federal incentives on the iZEV website, or check out your provincial rebate program for more information.

Visit the iZEV website

Your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) follows roughly the same maintenance schedule as a gas‑powered vehicle, and will not need to be serviced more often. Therefore you can expect an equivalent cost for maintaining your PHEV.
The costs of owning an electrified vehicle are predictable, and are more or less equivalent to what you would expect from a gas‑powered vehicle.

There are also potential savings associated with an electrified vehicle (based on your driving habits). For example, driving with battery power reduces overall fuel consumption, so you may spend less money on gasoline overall. Also, since the electric motor is performing some of the work of driving, there will be less overall wear and tear on the gasoline engine, resulting in longer periods between engine maintenance.

The general costs of owning an electrified vehicle are based on:

• charging costs (local electricty rates, charging frequency, home charging centre installation)
• fuel costs (local gasoline prices, refuelling frequency)
• maintenance costs (regularly scheduled maintenance, repair costs)
• insurance costs
Yes it can, depending on your driving habits and how frequently you recharge the battery. When your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. is running in electric mode, it is not consuming fuel, saving you money on total fuel costs. The litres equivalent (Le) rating of your electrified vehicle will tell you how many litres of gas are the equivalent to the battery power it would take to drive 100 km. In almost all cases, the Le/km is far lower than the gas‑only fuel rating, indicating cost savings in terms of how much money you need to spend on fuel.
Modern electrified vehicles perform just as well as traditional gas‑powered vehicles where it counts, including speed, quickness, and torque. For example, the Chrysler Pacifica Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. features an innovative dual‑motor eFlite electrically variable transmission (EVT) offering 84 hp (63 kW) (Motor A) and 114 hp (85 kW) (Motor B).
Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) have the same limitations as conventional internal combustion engine vehicles when it comes to driving distance – the amount of fuel available. Having gas in the tank is required for both a gas‑powered vehicle and a PHEV to function; however, the PHEV has an extra advantage – it can drive without using fuel as long as it has a sufficient battery charge.
At FCA Canada, we know a lot about Canadian winters, and our electrified vehicles are engineered to work in all kinds of weather conditions. Your Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. has both an electric motor and a gas engine, so no matter what the temperature is, your vehicle will be able to drive. All of our electrified vehicles undergo rigorous testing to ensure the highest standards of safety and performance, so you can drive confidently every time you get behind the wheel.
Your electrified vehicle is engineered to drive safely in all driving conditions, including when it is raining. Just like the battery in a gas vehicle, electrified vehicle batteries are not adversely affected by rain in any way.
All FCA Canada vehicles, including our electrified vehicles, meet all Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. There is no cause for concern about the safety of driving a Plug‑In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) offer the best of both worlds - a lower emission and a fuel-saving electric motor combined with a range-expanding gasoline engine. any more than driving a gas‑powered vehicle. You should always exercise caution while driving and follow all driving laws, regulations, and safety practices, but the vehicle itself does not pose any additional danger to you.

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