Images of the fully electric Jeep Wagoneer S and Recon Moab 4xe have today been leaked after being shown to dealers at a conference in Las Vegas, United States.
While we’ve seen digital renderings of both SUVs before, this is the first time we’ve gotten a real-world glimpse as the American carmaker readies their release.
Jeep aims to convert 50 per cent of all sales in the US to fully electric with both the Recon and Wagoneer S expected to start the brand on its journey. This is in support of head company Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 plan which will see all of its brands become carbon-neutral by 2038.
Starting with the Recon Moab 4xe, images of the model show it wearing rugged front and rear bumpers with visible tow hooks as well as wide fenders which house chunky off-road tyres.
The doors and windows can also be removed just like the Wrangler which the model was inspired by. The Recon’s grille has also been blocked off in favour of a new lighting motif, certifying its electric nature.
Production of the Recon Moab 4xe is expected to start in 2024 with the model arriving in showrooms the year after.
Images of the electric Wagoneer S were also leaked, showing a more upmarket model that would likely go head-to-head with the BMW iX.
The model boasts a more sophisticated appearance than its off-road sibling including smoother body lines, a wraparound head and tail light, and larger wheels.
Sales of the Wagoneer S are slated to begin in 2024.
Both Jeeps are based on the same STLA Large platform which supports the use of up to 100kWh batteries which can provide around 640km+ of driving range.