Today is Jeep 4xe day, which means that the brand has announced its comprehensive plan for its next generation of fully electric 4xe to become the leading electrified SUV brand in the world. The plan premiered on the brand’s YouTube channel and revealed that Jeep is going to introduce four all-electric SUVs in North America and Europe by the end of 2025. One of which is the all-new and all-electric Wagoneer S. And it takes Jeep’s signature seven-slot grille design well into the future.
Are we looking at an all-electric equivalent to the Jeep Grand Cherokee? Stellantis won’t confirm that outright, but it certainly seems the right size.
2024 Jeep Wagoneer S: Details
Jeep has decided to have the Wagoneer family be separate from the rest of the Jeep family in an attempt to have it be a more luxurious SUV of its own class. That family will be growing with the introduction of an all-new SUV. Code-named Wagoneer S, this fully electric vehicle will continue to expand the brand’s presence in the premium SUV segment by offering a unique, sleek, aerodynamic design and 4×4 capability as standard. In addition, the SUV will feature all-terrain management, advanced Jeep brand-focused technology, and impressive performance credentials.
This new, all-electric, global SUV will be offered exclusively as an electric vehicle, but with a targeted range of 400 miles on a single charge, large distances can be traveled without too much worry. The Wagoneer S will also be quick off the line, too, with 600 horsepower, and 0-60 in around 3.5 seconds. That’s quick enough to take it to the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Pack, as well as the upcoming Chevrolet Blazer EV SS.
A signature LED-lit grille marks the exterior design; this SUV is driven by aerodynamic efficiency, combined with the upright iconic Wagoneer side view.
The all-new Jeep Wagoneer S BEV will also be displayed to the public next year, and production will start in 2024 in North America. Customers in the U.S. will be able to make a reservation for this all-electric Wagoneer model in early 2023. It will be sold in major markets around the world, including Europe, where we see some of the strictest emissions laws.
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I see more Range Rover than Wagoneer in the side view.
It looks like a minivan especially from the side.