Bold electrification plan by company, including the preview of first Jeep EV and confirmation that all-EV brands are Italian

As the company strives for a smaller carbon footprint, all Stellantis models will be launched in Europe starting 2026.

This deadline was set in order to reduce Stellantis’s carbon emissions by 50% by 2030.

The new strategy for Stellantis was announced today by Carlos Tavares (CEO). It is called Dare 2030. Each of 14 companies’ brands will go all-electric over the next few years using a variety of advanced EV platforms and software architectures.

By the end of the decade, the company will only sell EVs in Europe. Half of its US-market passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles will also be pure-electric.

Tavares stated that 100 new products will be launched by the company between 2022-2030. This will allow it to increase revenues by 72% over 2021 levels (EUR152billion or PS127bn).

He said, “Dare Forward 2030 is an inspiration to us to be so much more than what we’ve ever done.” We are expanding our vision, breaking down the boundaries, and adopting a new mindset that seeks to transform every aspect of mobility for the benefit of our families, communities, and the societies in our society.

Stellantis is a global leader in mobility solutions that are affordable, innovative, safe, and clean.

Stellantis will be an industry leader in climate-change mitigation. We aim to become carbon-net-zero by 2038 and a 50% reduction by 2030. Our contribution to a sustainable world is taking a leadership role in decarbonisation and a decisive step in the circular economy.

Stellantis’ premium brands will be reimagined as a major part of this push. DS, Lancia, Maserati, and Alfa Romeo will only launch EVs in 2025, and will stop selling ICE cars by 2030.

Stellantis will introduce 75 new BEV models in 2030, and sell five million units annually.

A new Jeep electric off-roader was shown as part of the presentation. It will be available in the first half next year, and will be joined by an electric family SUV in 2024.

Although the new model is similar in size to Jeep’s Renegade crossover, it features a more evolved styling that indicates Jeep’s future lineup.

It was revealed just two weeks after Jeep CEO Christian Meunier announced plans to add a pure electric vehicle in “every major SUV category” by 2025. He stated that there would be “a few more BEVs than the Wrangler” and that the company would “cover all the SUVs – true SUVs not raised hatchbacks.” In its EV push.

Dodge will also launch an all-electric pickup in 2024. Tavares stated that it will outperform its primary competitors – the Ford F-150 Lightning, Chevrolet Silverado EV – in terms range, payload, and charging times.

Stellantis will expand its EV portfolio and seek to double its net revenue by 2030, while maintaining double-digit margins throughout the strategy. Its break-even point is less than 50% of its shipments.

It will also seek to bolster its in-house production capabilities by expanding its EV battery capacity to around 400GWh across the US and Europe, rolling out hydrogen FCEV drivetrains to its large vans by 2024 and working with autonomous-driving technology developer Waymo to create a “delivery-as-a-service platform”.