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Jeep’s all-electric Wagoneer S to go on sale in the US in fall 2024

Jeep’s all-electric Wagoneer S to go on sale in the US in fall 2024


The 2025 Wagoneer S is a midsize model that can hit 60mph in 3.5 seconds.

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Jeep’s midsize all-electric vehicle, the Wagoneer S.
Jeep’s all-electric Wagoneer S to hit US dealerships in the fall.
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Jeep’s first all-electric vehicle for the US, the midsize Wagoneer S, will be available for purchase this fall, according to a press release.

The vehicle’s specifications are similar to when Jeep first teased the Wagoneer S in 2022: 600hp, a zero to 60mph time of about 3.5 seconds, and a grille lit by LEDs. But as Car and Driver notes, Jeep owner Stellantis has yet to confirm whether the Wagoneer S includes the 400-mile target range the company announced when it first showed off the vehicle. The Verge has reached out to Stellantis for comment. 

The all-electric 2025 Jeep Recon is also slated to go on sale sometime in 2024, according to Jeep’s website. Unlike the more modern-looking Wagoneer S, the Recon evokes the old-school era of Jeeps with its rugged, off-road design.

Stellantis has promised to bring four all-electric Jeep SUVs to the market in both Europe and North America by the end of 2025, and an all-electric Jeep Wrangler EV is estimated to hit the market in 2028, according to documents from the United Auto Workers union.