Jeep Wagoneer S to take on BMW iX


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Range-topping premium SUV to launch next year in US; bound for Australia around 2025.

Jeep will take on the BMW iX with the Wagoneer S, a 440kW premium electric SUV that will lead the American brand’s electric future.

Built predominantly for US buyers, the 5m-long premium SUV, which could also be considered as an electrified rival to the Range Rover Sport, will arrive in 2025.

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It will launch first in its home country in 2024, before limited numbers are shipped to both left- and right-hand-drive markets, including Australia.

Arriving with a range of around 600km, the Wagoneer S will top a new line-up for Jeep in Australia, which includes the already Jeep Avenger and 2025-bound Jeep Recon.

This could include a fourth EV that CEO Christian Meunier has described as a look into the future of the brand – which is set to go EV-only in Europe by 2030.

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The Wagoneer S will be one of the first models to sit on parent company Stellantis’s new STLA Large architecture. This mirrors the much-anticipated Wrangler-esq Recon, which it will share the majority of its underpinnings with.

The range-topper will arrive with a raft of premium features, the brand promises. It will pack 440kW and be able to sprint from 0-100km/h in 3.5sec. What kit it will use to do this has yet to be confirmed.

In the US, Jeep already sells the Wagoneer and current-range-topping Grand Wagoneer after reviving the storied nameplate – first used in 1962 – in 2020 as the base for a new family of premium SUVs.

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