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An electric SUV is about to join Jeep's ritzy Wagoneer lineup, but it's nothing like the gas-powered barges that currently wear the Wagoneer moniker. In some new official images release by Jeep, the upcoming 2025 Wagoneer S shows off more of its sleek––albeit rather un-Jeep-like––body ahead of its launch this fall. It's expected to live up to the brand's upmarket shift, though with only five seats, you can think of it as one of the higher-level Grand Cherokee models with a battery in place of an engine.


This isn't the first time we've seen the Wagoneer S, as we got our first look at the SUV during Jeep's hyped-up EV event back in September 2022, alongside the more rugged Recon and a tiny Avenger crossover for Europe. The Wagoneer S doesn't appear to have changed much since the initial concept, though we're now getting a peek of its plush cabin.




The SUV's dashboard is absolutely dominated by a set of four different displays. The one in the center serves as the main infotainment system, and it's flanked by a large digital instrument cluster and a similarly-sized screen for the front passenger. Flowing into the center console is yet another display, which appears to host the vehicle's climate controls.


There are still a few real buttons left in this ultramodern interior, but they're limited to the steering wheel. There's also a rotary knob for the drivetrain controls, accompanied by a tilt switch to manage the SUV's driving modes, which include Sand, Snow, Eco, Auto, or Sport. Some other interior features include a standard dual-pane panoramic sunroof, a 19-speaker premium sound system from McIntosh, and extensive ambient lighting.



Jeep hasn't disclosed full powertrain details, as it's likely waiting until the Wagoneer S's fall launch to reveal all the specs. Back in 2022, the brand claimed that the SUV would produce up to 600 hp––presumably from a standard dual-motor powertrain––along with a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds and a range of up to 400 miles. The latter will be supported by a large battery from the company's STLA Large electric architecture, with a capacity that should exceed 100 kWh.


Pricing for the Wagoneer S won't be disclosed until closer to the fall, but we don't expect it to be cheap. This SUV is clearly aiming for the luxury segment, and with high prices demanded by even the smallest of Jeep's models, the Wagoneer S will likely cost at least $80,000. A cheaper Jeep EV will come in the form of the Recon, which will offer far more off-road capability when it also arrives later this year.


Image Credits: Jeep
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Feb 10, 2024
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Jeep Details New Wagoneer S Electric SUV Ahead Of Launch This Fall

This is the first electric model to grace Jeep's new upmarket Wagoneer lineup.

An electric SUV is about to join Jeep's ritzy Wagoneer lineup, but it's nothing like the gas-powered barges that currently wear the Wagoneer moniker. In some new official images release by Jeep, the upcoming 2025 Wagoneer S shows off more of its sleek––albeit rather un-Jeep-like––body ahead of its launch this fall. It's expected to live up to the brand's upmarket shift, though with only five seats, you can think of it as one of the higher-level Grand Cherokee models with a battery in place of an engine.


This isn't the first time we've seen the Wagoneer S, as we got our first look at the SUV during Jeep's hyped-up EV event back in September 2022, alongside the more rugged Recon and a tiny Avenger crossover for Europe. The Wagoneer S doesn't appear to have changed much since the initial concept, though we're now getting a peek of its plush cabin.




The SUV's dashboard is absolutely dominated by a set of four different displays. The one in the center serves as the main infotainment system, and it's flanked by a large digital instrument cluster and a similarly-sized screen for the front passenger. Flowing into the center console is yet another display, which appears to host the vehicle's climate controls.


There are still a few real buttons left in this ultramodern interior, but they're limited to the steering wheel. There's also a rotary knob for the drivetrain controls, accompanied by a tilt switch to manage the SUV's driving modes, which include Sand, Snow, Eco, Auto, or Sport. Some other interior features include a standard dual-pane panoramic sunroof, a 19-speaker premium sound system from McIntosh, and extensive ambient lighting.



Jeep hasn't disclosed full powertrain details, as it's likely waiting until the Wagoneer S's fall launch to reveal all the specs. Back in 2022, the brand claimed that the SUV would produce up to 600 hp––presumably from a standard dual-motor powertrain––along with a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds and a range of up to 400 miles. The latter will be supported by a large battery from the company's STLA Large electric architecture, with a capacity that should exceed 100 kWh.


Pricing for the Wagoneer S won't be disclosed until closer to the fall, but we don't expect it to be cheap. This SUV is clearly aiming for the luxury segment, and with high prices demanded by even the smallest of Jeep's models, the Wagoneer S will likely cost at least $80,000. A cheaper Jeep EV will come in the form of the Recon, which will offer far more off-road capability when it also arrives later this year.


Image Credits: Jeep

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