There were leaked images of the upcoming Jeep Wagoneer S (leaked by Jeep’s own social media managers), but we’ve finally got some official shots of its lustrous exterior and its many, many screens.
There are four screens inside. Four!? That’s insane. The large centre screen with all the gauges, the digital instrument cluster, a smaller screen lower down the dash for climate control, and another screen in front of the passenger. We don’t know if even more screens are available in the backseat, but why stop at four at this point?
Jeep haven’t revealed whether these screens come as standard or if they’re an option when it arrives in 2025. We do know that a dual-pane panoramic sunroof and a 19-speaker McIntosh sound system will arrive as standard.
As it pertains to power, we don’t know too much except that it’s a dual-motor EV based on the STLA-Large architecture that is said to produce 450kW (600hp) and do 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds. Not bad at all for an SUV. We don’t have confirmed range figures yet, but it should be around 650km WLTP based on what Jeep told us in the early planning stages.
“We’ll delight our customers with a premium, highly efficient SUV that is loaded with technology and high-quality craftsmanship, offering 4×4 capability, high performance, rapid acceleration, and a target range of 400 miles (644km) on a single charge,” Christian Meunier, Jeep brand CEO, said during the reveal in September 2022.
The Wagoneer is smaller than the petrol-powered version and the Grand Wagoneer positioning it as a “mid-size model” to take on the BMW X5 and Range Rover Sport.
This car is the latest in the brand’s plan to meet emissions goals as part of the Dare Forward 2030 long-term strategic plan. This aims for 50% of sale in the U.S. and 100% of sales in Europe to be EVs by 2030.