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The 2024 Jeep Wagoneer S - Jeep's First All-Electric Vehicle Should Be Available This Fall

Jeep unveiled the production version of its first EV the 2024 Wagoneer S for media in New York this evening. It will start at $71,995, including destination charges.

Jeep has been promising this vehicle for the last two years and it is finally on its way. The all-electric 2024 Jeep Wagoneer S – Jeep’s first global BEV will be in production starting this fall. The Wagoneer S Launch Edition will be available first in U.S. and Canada. As production builds, it will be sold worldwide.

2024 Jeep Wagoneer S

Jeep is promising that the Wagoneer S will deliver 600 horsepower and 617 lb.-ft. of immediate torque for a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 3.4 seconds. According to Jeep, the Wagoneer S will also have a range of more than 300 miles. The five-passenger vehicle will only be available as a BEV. Jeep is clearly targeting the Tesla Y as the Wagoneer S’ its main competitor.

The Jeep Wagoneer S Launch Edition features loads of technology with 45 inches of screen space. There is also a 10.25-inch interactive screen for the front passenger.  The Launch Edition has black design accents, a reimagined seven-slot illuminated grille, 20-inch wheels and standard dual-pane panoramic sunroof.

“The launch of the all-electric Jeep Wagoneer S marks a new chapter in the storied history of the Jeep brand,” said Antonio Filosa, Jeep brand CEO. “Building upon nearly a century of innovation and design, this first global EV will introduce a whole new generation of owners to an experience that is distinctly Jeep and 100% electric in every way. With new energy in the Jeep vehicle lineup, ranging from EV to V-8, customers have never had more freedom to choose their own adventure.”

2024 Wagoneer S Built on the STLA Large Platform

Jeep describes its new electric platform as flexible. Engineers flexed the STLA Large platform to adjust the length, width, suspension and powertrain configurations to tailor it specifically for the Jeep Wagoneer S. Standard, all-electric, four-wheel drive allows the Wagoneer S to perform well both on-road and in a variety of road conditions. Stellantis-designed electric drive modules (EDMs) independently power the front and rear wheels for instant torque, while the Jeep brand-exclusive Selec-Terrain traction management system features five distinct driving modes: Auto, Sport, Eco, Snow, Sand.

The Jeep Wagoneer S’s 3-in-1 EDMs combine the electric motor, gearing and power electronics into a single, compact unit that is both powerful and efficient. The front EDM is equipped with wheel disconnects to reduce energy draw when cruising and to help optimize range.

2024 Jeep Wagoneer S’ Electric Charging

The Jeep Wagoneer S carries an efficient 400-volt, 100-kilowatt-hour battery pack that allows owners to charge the vehicle from 20-80% in 23 minutes (with DC fast charger).

Every Jeep Wagoneer S Launch Edition includes a 48-amp Level 2 home charger or public charging credits through Free2move Charge, Stellantis’ 360-degree charging ecosystem. Wagoneer S customers can access the Free2move Charge app to conveniently search for charging stations, activate the charging session and keep track of charging history.

The Jeep Wagoneer S also includes Jeep Connect services as part of the Jeep app, which helps owners understand and monitor the vehicle’s available remaining charge. For instance, with the Dynamic Range Mapping feature, once a destination is entered into the navigation, software algorithms calculate and visually display the range that can be traveled based on the vehicle’s state of charge.

New Jeep Bells and Whistles

The Wagoneer S will have electronic door releases, which can be activated with ease by the light touch of a thumb. A newly relocated start button is surrounded by a die-cast zinc metal marked with a fine, navigational haptic textured pattern.

The Launch Edition comes standard with a full suite of customizable LED lighting with daytime/nighttime settings, plus active, direct ambient lighting with up to 64 selectable colors.

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