Jeep has released the first interior images of its forthcoming all-electric SUV, the 2025 Wagoneer S. We’ve seen its Range Rover Velar-like exterior before with its slim headlamps and a sharply raked rear windshield, along with some iconic Jeep elements like the seven-slot grille, which is now illuminated on the Wagoneer S. The newly released images reveal additional details about Jeep's first dedicated battery electric vehicle for its home market.

The Wagoneer S will ride on parent company Stellantis’ BEV-specific STLA-Large platform (pronounced “stella”), which is also expected to underpin the Recon, the Wrangler-inspired electric SUV. Stellantis regards this platform as highly modular and scalable, as it supports FWD, AWD, and RWD configurations and can also house two different sizes of battery pack: 85 kilowatt hours or 118 kWh. The Wagoneer S will likely get the larger battery, but the range hasn’t been confirmed yet.

Jeep Wagoneer S Interior

Inside the Wagoneer S, there’s ample digital real estate. The images reveal four large screens mounted across the dashboard: a large digital gauge cluster, a massive central infotainment display (which for some reason is playing a poignant song called “Moment of Surrender” by Nick Mulvey), and a dedicated screen in front of the co-driver’s seat, keeping up with the trend of passenger displays on many new luxury and premium software-defined EVs. The fourth screen is under the central display, and it appears to house the climate, seat, and massage functions.

Gallery: Jeep Wagoneer S EV First Look

The Wagoneer S also gets a shiny drive-selector knob with a silver metallic finish, and a terrain selector with Sand, Snow, Eco, Auto, and Sport modes, all housed on a piano black panel on the central console. There’s also a dual-pane panoramic sunroof, a “segment-exclusive” McIntosh 19-speaker audio system, and a color-selectable ambient light strip that runs across the door panels and the dashboard.

Early this month, Jeep said the Wagoneer S would pack 600 horsepower, and accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds. If that’s true it would certainly be among the fastest electric SUVs out there—and unlikely to be affordable. Expect more details to surface in the months ahead. It'll launch in the fall of 2024, with electric SUVs like the BMW iX and Rivian R1S in its crosshairs.

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