The Wrangler's been dead since 2006 when the TJ model was decommissioned and the horrendous JK took over. There is certainly room for someone to sneak in and wedge Chrysler/Jeep out during the brief EV transition period. They seem to have no interest in electric other than to say a hybrid may be offered in the next few years, yet the Wrangler is a clear as day match for BEV technology. The aforementioned TJ was the last model to sport the amazing yet highly inefficient 4L in-line 6 engine whose 16/19 mpg is now very much faux pas. Chrysler scrambles to meet efficiency standards, but ends up alienating their customer base with a Hummer/minivan hybrid. All the while the answer is right under their noses. Within a few years, battery packs will be small/light enough for a Wrangler application. A huge thin-film solar array could be incorporated allowing adventurers to stay "in the field" indefinitely. Repurposed military tech. The application of infinite torque(with gearing?) to rock crawling would make Wranglers of the past look like VW Beetles. Hell, you could even make them more submersible than the ICE version if you like. Give it a 150 mile range with the ability to supercharge or solar charge in the field and you'd have a huge amount of demand. Gas is cheap for now and I don't commute in this, but I'd like my next one to be EV with integrated solar.