Here’s Our Clearest Look Yet at the New 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S

Yeah, about that big and boxy Wagoneer? This electric version will be nothing like that

(Images: Stellantis | Jeep)

Jeep’s first EV in the U.S. will look nothing like any of its siblings, including the standard Wagoneer.

From the very first sketches, we knew the electric variant of the new Wagoneer would be radically different to the brand’s status quo. These latest images show that notion clearer than ever, we Stellantis showed off a few different angles up its upcoming EV Tuesday. The 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S is a total departure from what we’ve known Jeep to be over the past several years — and we thought that when the company resurrected the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer nameplate for its boxy flagship SUV back in 2020. Before it goes on sale this fall for the upcoming model year, we can now take a look at what to expect, both inside and out.

Some of the iconic Jeep design cues remain. The seven-slotted grille is there, as is the Wagoneer badging with an American flag on both driver and passenger doors. While the brand’s representatives have been remarkably careful not to refer to the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer as a “Jeep” and instead as a higher-level brand (officially, it’s Wagoneer by Jeep), there is actually a Jeep badge on the tailgate for the Wagoneer S model. Other than that, though…Who could I possibly kid? This looks nothing like your everyday Jeep.

Instead, the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S brings in aggressive, angular styling that’s clearly meant to evoke the brave new world the brand’s entering into with its fully electric foray. While that may be for better or worse depending on your take of today’s Jeep lineup or its old-school 4x4s, the electric Wagoneer will definitely stand out alongside a host of Wranglers and Grand Cherokees. The Wagoneer S features the thinnest seven-slot grille yet, while the even thinner headlights stretch back to the front fenders. Flush door handles further accentuate the model’s sporty traits, and that theme continues out back with the full-width taillight and the integrated rear spoilers (yes, plural).

You wouldn’t think it from the exterior, but looking inside the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S is actually a far more normal experience. You’re still inundated with screens (four, in total), but there’s your typical Wagoneer steering wheel, a digital cluster in front of the driver, a large central display, a lower portion for climate controls and a passenger-side screen, as we’re seeing in Jeep’s higher-end models lately. Moving to the lower section of the center stack, you still get a conventional power button, rotary gear selector and Jeep’s Selec-Terrain drive mode setup.

While official specs and features are still mostly in the ether for the time being, Jeep did say the Wagoneer S will sport a 19-speaker McIntosh audio system, at least on the higher-trimmed versions.

As we know from earlier teasers, the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S will ride on Stellantis’ new STLA Large platform. That’s the architecture that underpins the automaker’s larger unibody vehicles (there’s one step higher for trucks, called “STLA Frame”, and two smaller platforms: STLA Small and Medium). Jeep is targeting a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds, meaning this large family-minded SUV may be every bit as quick as the supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk before it sadly rolled off into the history books.

Again, powertrain details are unconfirmed right now, but the Wagoneer S could pack around 600 horsepower in a dual-motor configuration. That said, we don’t know how large the battery is, what the driving range will be, or arguably the most important question of all: How much will the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S cost?

Pricing is a complete mystery, but I definitely wouldn’t expect Jeep’s first EV in the U.S. market to come cheap. Fortunately, we’ll know much more before it actually hits the streets later this year, plus we should have the opportunity to actually drive it in the next few months.