It is only a matter of time before the all-electric Wrangler is seen. At the same time, Jeep attracted our appetite with the Magneto concept. It is based on the two-door 2020 Wrangler Rubicon and is powered by a customized axial flux motor that is linked to a six-speed manual to reproduce the experience of driving a 3.6L V6 without emissions. Four battery packs are placed throughout the car to balance the weight distribution, with a total power of 70 kW/h, and are connected by two 12-volt batteries that power other systems, including a high-pressure heater to keep the outdoor seating area warm. All electrical components are located in a waterproof shell, so as not to impair the off-road performance of the vehicle. At the same time, it also has an appearance, thanks to the JPP 2-inch lift kit, 17-inch Lights Out black metal wheels, and 35-inch mud tires. And a steel bumper with a warning winch. Click here for more details about the Jeep Wrangler Magneto Concept.