Why can't you mod a hybrid/electric Jeep?
Here's what the Wrangler EV would have looked like:
IE, just like a regular Wrangler. 4 electric motors in the wheel hubs and batteries and a diesel engine
under the hood.
Here's a list of all the mods you can still do that would be completely unchanged:
Here's a list that would be fundamentally the same, but slightly different:
-Engine mods (Chipping, intakes, ect)
Here's a list of all the mods you couldn't do:
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There's no reason that a Wrangler EV can't be modded. It'd probably be easier, really-jobs like regearing would be a thing of the past. Why regear when you can just change the tire size from a configuration menu in the onboard computer and the engines adjust appropriately. No more transfer cases and their limited ranges of ratios, with each engine individually controlled, you could choose what wheels get power, how much per wheel, even the directions of each wheel if you wanted, you could make the thing turn on its axis like a tank!
Electric motors are no more dangerous than gas. Less, in fact-the absolute worst case scenario is if you, say, cut a power line under water, a fuse blows somewhere in the engine and cuts it out. Yeah, it's down for a second, but it'd be the same as cutting a fuel or brake line, which happens plenty-you winch out, swap in spares and continue on your way.