Unintentional photo leaks of Jeep Wagoneer S

The new, electric Jeep Wagoneer S has been a teaser for Jeep, but this model wasn’t meant to be released just yet. Images of the forthcoming electric vehicle were shared on the company’s social media accounts; however, they were subsequently removed, allowing users to download and share the images again.

The new Jeep Wagoneer S appears to be the slimmest and most aerodynamic vehicle that the American manufacturer has ever produced, though it does retain some traditional Jeep design elements.

Its aerodynamic performance is expected to be improved with recessed door handles. The rear spoiler of the Wagoneer S juts out from the top and covers the rear windshield.

If you’re looking for an extra sense of space, you’ll love the panoramic sunroof and the two-tone paint finish. Overall, the Jeep Wagoneer S looks like a pretty good electric vehicle, and when it comes out later this year, it will be able to compete with other high-end electric SUVs.

Unintentional photo leaks of Jeep Wagoneer S

This electric version bears more resemblance to the Grand Cherokee than the Wagoneer moniker would imply, despite sharing the name. Subtle as it may seem, the Wagoneer S is packing a serious punch under the hood with a dual-motor 4xe drivetrain that produces an impressive 600 horsepower and a staggering 0-60 mph time of only 3.5 seconds.

Jeep Wagoneer S leaks

The Jeep Wagoneer S may have lost some of its off-road pedigree, but Jeep fans shouldn’t worry. It claims to effortlessly navigate light off-road obstacles thanks to its standard all-terrain management system. Those looking for an off-road adventure like no other may want to hold out for the next Recon model, which is also expected to be released this year.

Unintentional photo leaks of Jeep Wagoneer S

As Jeep’s first entirely electric vehicle in the US, the Jeep Wagoneer S marks a significant milestone for the company. The tiny Avenger EV is Jeep’s first foray into the European electric vehicle market. Based on the recently unveiled STLA Large architecture, which will underpin numerous new electric vehicles from Stellantis by 2026, the Toluca Assembly Plant in Mexico is going to be the site of manufacturing for the Wagoneer S.

Given its dedication to maintaining its off-road capability and outstanding performance credentials, the Wagoneer S is well-positioned to make a mark in the American electric vehicle market. That one will be monitored.



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