Jeep Offers a Glimpse at 2025 All-Electric 600-HP Wagoneer S SUV

Back in late 2022 Jeep announced plans to roll out a handful of fully-electric models by 2025. The announcement included early concept images of these forthcoming EVs, and gave the motoring pubic an early look at the Jeep Recon, the Jeep Avenger, and the Jeep Wagoneer S — the latter of which will enter production first. And with the first of these releases now being less than a year out, the Stellantis-owned outfit has now opted to release another sneak-peek of its first-ever battery electric vehicle; the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S. 

The upcoming Jeep Wagoneer S appears to retain much of the existing Wagoneer’s defining traits and characteristics, while taking a major technological step forward. Sporting a body that puts a sleek spin on the Wagoneer’s iconic design language — including a futuristic backlit version of the model’s iconic seven-slot grille design — the Wagoneer S maintains its gas-powered predecessors’ ample dimensions and luxury, as well as the full-size SUV’s rugged nature and solid go-anywhere capabilities, with Jeep’s 4xe setup and all-terrain management both coming as standard. At the heart of the new model is a cutting-edge 447.4-kW EV powertrain that cranks out a cool 600hp. This ultimately allows the Wagoneer S to reach 60mph from a complete standstill in just 3.5-seconds — placing it on par with many of today’s luxury sports cars.

 Jeep has yet to reveal the Wagoneer S’ battery size or range, though the concept version from late 2022 aimed to offer 400 miles of autonomy between charges. We imagine the production model will boast a similar range spec, as the 600-hp powertrain, backlit grille, 4xe setup, and all-terrain management were all present on the 2022 teaser build. What’s more, while Jeep’s latest annoucncement only shows off the BEV’s grille and hood, it appears to be nearly identical to the Wagoneer S from 2022. Based on all of the elements that have been carried over from the older 2022 iteration, we anticipate the production version to look a lot like the original Wagoneer S that was shown off alongside the Recon and Avenger. 

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An image of the Wagoneer S concept from 2022 (Photo: Jeep | Stellantis)

Part of parent company Stellantis’ larger Dare Forward 2030 efforts to shift to zero-emissions lineups within the next half-decade, the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S battery electric vehicle is slated to go on sale in the U.S. in the Fall of this year, before later being released in additional global markets. And, while pricing has yet to be revealed, we anticipate a starting price of between $70,000 and  $90,000 — based on other production BEV full-size SUV pricing and the existing Jeep Wagoneer’s $62,945 starting MSRP. 

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