Jeep says it is looking to its history as it crafts its electrified future.
Its 1963 Jeep Wagoneer was the industry’s first modern SUV with a luxurious interior, upscale materials and premium appointments.
Today, the Jeep brand shares more details of its first global all-electric SUV, providing a first look at the interior of the all-new Wagoneer S.
Built on the all-new, highly flexible, BEV-native STLA-Large platform, Wagoneer S boasts impressive performance numbers.
Offered exclusively as a battery electric vehicle it offers standard 4xe capability with all-terrain management, advanced Jeep brand-focused technology and impressive performance credentials, including 450kW of power and a lightning-fast 0-100km/h time of around 3.5 seconds.
Driven by aerodynamic efficiency, its sleek exterior design is uniquely marked by a re-imagined LED-lit class-exclusive seven-slot Jeep brand grille.
Its tech-focused interior is equally remarkable and radiates a seamless integration of art with technology.
The new Jeep Wagoneer S interior features premium technology seamlessly integrated with meticulously crafted artisan details.
Mindful materials and design-focused features include a tailored driver control centre with a unique Jeep brand-exclusive Selec-Terrain toggle and dynamic, colour-selectable ambient lighting.
It will also feature a standard dual-pane panoramic sunroof and, expanding the Jeep brand’s exclusive collaboration with McIntosh, will offer a discerningly tuned, segment-exclusive, 19-speaker, premium flagship McIntosh audio system.
New Wagoneer S is part of the Jeep brand’s ongoing global electrification initiative that is transforming 4xe into the new 4×4 in pursuit of the brand’s vision of accomplishing Zero Emission Freedom.
The plan is in full support of Stellantis’ ambition to become a carbon net zero corporation by 2038 as outlined in the company’s Dare Forward 2030 long-term strategic plan.