Jeep is once again supporting three-all female teams that will navigate the Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid right from the factory. The Jeep teams will defend last years titles. The brand won overall titles in the Electrified and Bone Stock classes in 2022.
This years teams consist of veteran competitors Nena Barlow and Teralin Petereit in the stock class. Two new Jeep supported teams are entering the rally with returning competitors Mercedes Lilienthal and Emily Winslow. Jeep employee Kaitlyn Mulkey is teaming up with Racquel Black on her second rally. Over the last six years, Jeep vehicles have six overall class wins in Bone Stock awards.
“Jeep has believed in and supported the Rebelle Rally since the beginning, we are pleased and honored with their return,” said Rebelle Rally founder Emily Miller. “We have strived to put together a progressive electrified program, one that stresses both environmental and land stewardship responsibilities. As the world migrates to an electrified future, the Rebelle is the ultimate proving ground for automotive manufacturers and their electrified products.”
Sixty teams will compete in this years Rebelle Rally- an all-women’s navigational rally that takes competitors from Nevada to the dunes of Southern California. Competitors are only able to find their way with traditional map and compass. GPS units are banned.