New photos reveal more details about the upcoming 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S.
As the electric Wagoneer nears production, we get a closer look at its stylish exterior and our first glimpse of its upscale interior.
The 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S will be the first electric Jeep model sold in the U.S. when it goes on sale this fall. We've previously seen various images of the upcoming EV SUV in concept form, as it nears production, Jeep today released several new photos that provide a closer look at its pretty bodywork as wells as our first look at its deluxe interior.
As seen in the photos above, the electric Wagoneer should look a lot like the original concept from 2022. Its squinty headlights feature a daytime running light that runs into a strip above an illuminated version of Jeep's seven-slot grille, which was also teased along with the SUV's release date a couple of weeks ago. The new exterior images also appear to show a different set of wheels than on the concepts, as the design looks to feature a predominate five-spoke design with thinner spokes behind that. The front doors also have "Wagoneer" badges along with a motif of the American flag like other Jeeps in production.
Among the new photos is a close-up shot of the Wagoneer S's integrated rear spoilers. The more prominent upper spoiler continues to extend from the from the roofline, as seen in earlier photos. However, now there's a smaller lip spoiler that we don't recall seeing before, and it appears to direct airflow off the rear window. The full-width taillights look like earlier renditions, but now there's "Jeep" script above the light bar versus the "Wagoneer" that we've seen before.
Our first look at the electric Wagoneer's interior shows a dashboard with four separate screens. Along with a gauge cluster that that shows a full map mode, there's a center touchscreen that shows the high-end McIntosh sound system that's available on other Jeep models will be offered on the Wagoneer S. A second touchscreen with the ability to play videos is located in front of the passenger seat, and the lower section of the center stack features another touchscreen with controls for the climate system and other functions.
The image above focuses on the center console that includes the vehicle's illuminated on/off button and the rotary shift knob, which sits forward of five distinct drive modes: Sand, Snow, Eco, Auto, and Sport. This photo also reveals that the Wagoneer S will have what appears to be stitched leather surfaces on the doors as well as ambient lighting that spans from the dash to the doors. We also see buttons on the lower touchscreen to activate massaging seats for the lucky people up front.
The 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S will ride on the new STLA Large platform. While powertrain details haven't yet been confirmed, it's expected that the electric Wagoneer will offer a 600-hp all-wheel-drive setup, with a targeted 60-mph time of 3.5 seconds. As for how much it will cost and how long its estimated driving range will be, we expect that information to be released sometime before it hits the streets later this year.
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