Making its debut at the 37th Tokyo Motor Show was the Chrysler Group’s concept vehicle that pushed the boundaries of the Jeep brand. The Jeep Treo Concept explores new possibilities in design, technology and environmental protection. The classic Jeep design has had a revamp. It now proudly sports a seven bar grille with a dominant airy windscreen.
The interior seats three passengers and despite its airy feel, it is very compact. Therefore, if your passengers have bags, it’s really a two seater plus gear arrangement. The Treo has an all new platform which uses modern technology to highlight the range of possibilities for future Chrysler production cars.
Using drive by wire technology, zero emission fuel cell and electric drive powertrain, the Treo provides a constant four-wheel driving experience. The impetus behind this concept car was for the Chrysler designers to speculate 10 years into the future and design a concept car that exceeds anything in the automotive world today.
The Treo is powered by twin electric motors which drive the front and rear wheels which enable full time, four-wheel drive option. The Treo is also ‘technology ready’, which means it can adapt to the rapidly changing techno environment.
This is evident in the drive by wire, fuel cells and advanced powertrains. This is further enhanced by the way the Treo will be introduced to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show. Chrysler has designed an Anime animation popular in the Asian markets and throughout the world. It is high tech, offering exciting animation which seems to encapsulate the design impetus behind Treo.