We knew the Jeep Wagoneer S was coming, and we’d already speculated that it would get a hefty range and around 600 horsepower. We’ll have more specs next week after the official reveal, but after the teaser video revealed this week, here are the details we know right now.

2025 Jeep Wagoneer S details

In addition to showing a drag race between the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S and a Tesla Model Y Performance (spoiler alert: the Wagoneer S wins), the teaser shows some actual specs, including:

  • 3.4 seconds 0-to-60-MPH time
  • 600 horsepower
  • 617 pound-feet of torque
  • 300+ miles of range

Of course, you probably can’t get a 3.4-second 0-to-60-MPH time and go 300+ miles without charging, but we’ll know more after the reveal on May 30.

Some other things we (think) know

Per the teaser, the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S resembles the Grand Cherokee but appears to be slightly smaller. The fact that Jeep compares it to the Model Y (187 inches long) means it will likely be 6 to 7 inches shorter than the Grand Cherokee (193.5 inches long). 

We also see a red leather interior with some excellent stitching accents, so we expect some kind of performance (TrackHawk?) trim with extra performance features and a sportier look. The pre-production model in the teaser also looks to get a squared off steering wheel, which may be standard or go along with a performance trim. 

Plus, with a “Sand” mode, Jeep still intends for the Wagoneer S to be off-road capable. TBD on whether it will also be trail rated. 

It’s unclear if the Wagoneer S will be all-wheel-drive only or if there will be some two-wheel-drive variant. 

In addition to the teaser, Jeep has also opened up the information page, where you can see some additional photos and color options. There’s also a really good shot of the interior that shows a front passenger screen, cool ambient lighting, a separate screen for HVAC controls and nice accent features. 

Oh, yeah, and it will get the stellar McIntosh audio system.

The bottom line

The 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S is expected to be on sale by the end of the year, and we have less than a week to wait to see more details. This is going to be the first pure electric mainstream vehicle from Stellantis in the U.S., and it looks like it’s going to be a good one.

It’ll have to be since Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Chrysler are late to the full EV party.

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