According to a recent press release, the automotive manufacturing corporation stated that their commitment to carbon neutrality in 2038, ahead of their competitors, will benefit France.
Stellantis N.V stirred up the event with electrified offerings from DS Automobiles, Jeep, and Peugeot.
As expected, its most impressive showcase, Jeep Avenger 4x4 EV Concept, stormed the event, stamping its authority on the moniker's off-roading legacy.
Its name pretty much betrays its capabilities offering a chunkier four-wheel-drive version of the two-wheel-drive Avenger electric.
The EV concept's offerings say a lot about its capabilities, including higher ground clearance, tow hooks, beefy all-terrain tires, wider fenders, and tracks.
Also taking center stage was DS automobiles, with the new DS 3 unveiled a while back during the Paris Fashion Week. The new DS 3 takes over from the DS 3 CROSSBACK and features an all-electric package with up to 402 km (250 miles) autonomy.
The increasingly refined DS 4 featured a 360 upgrade on all levels (in its plug-in hybrid version with some EV-only range), specifically the OPERA trim level and PERFORMANCE LINE variants.
The updated DS 7 Crossback now comes with a new sportier and sharper design (changes on the front and rear). According to the manufacturer, the new update combines technical expertise with elegance. It also features new tech and, most importantly, a new active suspension system that comes standard on all E-TENSE powertrains.
Apart from premiering the Peugeot 408 fastback, a new 400 km (249 mi) range variant of the E-208, and the all-electric Scooter, the Lion-badged Brand announced that it will drop the curtains on the Peugeot Inception Concept in weeks to come.
"By choosing to produce the future Peugeot e-308 and e-408 at our Mulhouse site, Stellantis confirms that it's giving each of its French Industrial sites a future for the 'post-combustion era,' thanks to a forward-looking approach based on co-construction with our social partners," Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said in a press briefing at the Paris Motor Show.
Stellantis set out an objective to have all its European passenger sales electric by 2030. In the United States, the conglomerate is looking to have a 50% passenger car and light-duty truck battery electric vehicle production mix within the same period.
#Stellantis energizes @mondialdelauto with electrified portfolio taking center stage. @DS_Official, @Jeep® and @Peugeot showcase new vehicles, and the industry’s first hydrogen fuel cell vans are on display and available for test drives: https://t.co/kSP1wgcTht pic.twitter.com/EO6w6lYGLY— Stellantis (@Stellantis) October 17, 2022