Jeep Accidentally Posts and Deletes Wagoneer S Photos

Internet: A harsh ruler

Last week, Jeep offered a sneak peek at the upcoming Wagoneer S. However, official images of the electric SUV have now been uncovered. So what happened? It seems that the individual in charge of the company’s social media profiles made a blunder by sharing pictures of the first American EV. The photos were swiftly removed, but not before someone managed to save them from Facebook.

The team from Mopar Insiders obtained these images of the Wagoneer S, shared by one of their followers, revealing the electric SUV in its manufacturing form. The design closely resembles that of the 2022 concept and it has a striking resemblance to the Range Rover Velar. If you have forgotten about the concept, we have included a photo gallery at the end of the write-up for your reference.

Jeep plans to offer the Wagoneer S solely as an electric car, with its launch in the US scheduled for this autumn. However, it will not be limited to just North American markets, as other regions will also receive the luxurious emission-free SUV. In the United States, the Wagoneer S will coexist with the gasoline-powered Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, which are both available with an extended wheelbase as an option.

The upcoming 2025 Wagoneer S model will come equipped with standard all-wheel drive, featuring a duo of electric motors. Its confirmed total power output of 600 horsepower and expected high levels of immediate torque will make this quiet SUV accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in an impressive three and a half seconds.

Recently, Stellantis, the parent company of Jeep, revealed detailed information about their new STLA Large Platform. It is reasonable to assume that the Wagoneer S model will utilize this platform, as Stellantis stated that the first vehicles using this architecture will be released in 2024. Specifically, they mentioned that Jeep and Dodge will be at the forefront of this release and the initial models will be available in North America. By 2026, a total of eight electric vehicles from five different brands are expected to be launched.

The STLA Large model has been designed in both 400- and 800-volt versions, featuring battery packs ranging from 85 to 118 kWh in capacity. While sedans will have an impressive range of up to 500 miles (800 kilometers), SUVs, being inherently heavier, may have lower efficiency, as seen with the Wagoneer S model. Vehicles utilizing this platform will measure between 187.6 and 201.8 inches (4764 – 5126 millimeters) in length, 74.7 – 79.9 inches (1897 – 2030 mm) in width, and have a wheelbase of 113 – 121.1 inches (2870 – 3075 mm).

Jeep’s electric SUV is expected to receive a boost in speed, as Stellantis has promised to enhance the “propulsion system performance” through over-the-air updates. While the Wagoneer S will only be available as an electric vehicle, the STLA Large platform, which is designed for models in the D and E segments, will also support combustion engines and hybrid powertrains.

Source: Mopar Insiders

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