Upcoming New All Electric SUVs from Jeep: All You Want to Know

Upcoming New All Electric SUVs from Jeep: All You Want to Know

Upcoming New All Electric SUVs from Jeep: We know that Jeep has plans to go electric, and we’ve already had a glimpse at the first electric Jeep that’ll go on sale. Now we’re getting a look at some of the other electric Jeeps on the way, and some details on what they’re going to be able to do.

In fact, Jeep, which is one of the most popular car brands in the world, is planning to release four new EVs by 2025.

Let’s learn more about it.

The first is the Jeep Avenger, an entry-level model that we’ve already had a sneak peek of. The other is the off-road focussed Jeep Recon and the Wagoneer S SUV. All as part of hitting the previously-announced goal that there would be at least one electric Jeep in every segment by 2025 — which we now know means four electric Jeeps.

The Jeep Avenger, formerly known as ‘Jeep Electric’, is set to arrive sometime in early 2023 — which isn’t very far off. However, the focus on this car is to grow the Jeep brand in Europe, Asia and other markets. That means the odds of it arriving in the U.S. are slim. Which is a shame because it has plenty of features to enjoy.


This compact SUV enjoys all the usual features you’d expect from that kind of car — particularly one from Jeep. That means a high ride, impressive ground clearance, and a “modern and technologically advanced interior, with plenty of space for people and cargo.” It also has a range of 400km/248 miles, which isn’t particularly impressive, but it’s still a decent number of miles. No word on pricing, however.


The Recon and Wagoneer S are two all-electric Jeeps that will be launching in the U.S. before heading out elsewhere. Unfortunately you’re going to have to wait a little bit longer for them to arrive.

Upcoming New All Electric SUVs from Jeep: All You Want to Know

Before we go through the upcoming Jeep EV models, it is worth noting that the upcoming cars, according to Jeep executives, would be additions to the brand’s inventory rather than a replacement for existing models.

The following are the four new EV models that Jeeps plans to release by 2025:

  1. Jeep Wagoneer S EV
  2. Jeep Recon EV
  3. Jeep Avenger
  4. Jeep Wrangler 4xe

Jeep Wagoneer S EV

Let’s start off with the electric Wagoneer. Reservations are set to open next year, though the car itself won’t go into production until 2024. However, it will be built in North America, so it should meet one of the rules of the new EV tax credit. The premium SUV will only be available as an electric model too, which means no plug-in hybrid variants to confuse and/or tempt you.

Jeep is aiming to give the Wagoneer S 400 miles of range per charge, 600 horsepower and a 0-60 time of around 3.5 seconds. Which is all very impressive, and way more enticing than what the Avenger seems to offer. This also means there is a “unique, sleek aerodynamic design” which will all have their own impact on the range. Meanwhile, having 4×4 drive as standard might be giving that acceleration a little boost.

From a design perspective, the Wagoneer S looks very much like a typical electric SUV. Trim door handles, a front-facing LED light bar, and a design that looks very much like it was built to channel air and let the car slide on through the world. It’ll also come with all-terrain management, and “advanced Jeep brand-focussed technology.” We’ll likely hear more about this sometime next year, when the Wagoneer is due to go on display in public.

Jeep Recon EV

Finally, we have the Jeep Recon, which looks to be Jeep’s flagship electric car and is “100% Jeep” despite the lack of emissions. Like the Wagoneer, it’ll get its public debut sometime next year before starting production in 2024. Again that’s happening in North America, though the Jeep will be sold in other global markets — Europe included.

The Recon is being built for off-roading, and will come packed with Jeep’s Selec-Terrain traction management systeme-locker axle technology, under-body protection, tow hooks and “aggressive” off-road tires. Plus, like any Jeep should it’ll have removable doors and glass, alongside a one-touch powertop.


Finally, the new Jeep Recon will come with the “latest generation” Uconnect system, complete with travel guides detailing important off-road trails. Jeep itself claims that the car “has the capability to cross the mighty Rubicon Trail, one of the most challenging off-road trails in the U.S. and reach the end of the trail with enough range to drive back to town and recharge.”


The automaker has not revealed how much range the Recon will have. We hope it’s closer to the Wagoneer S’s 400-mile target than the Avenger’s 248. Likewise, we don’t have any performance stats, but we’re hoping they’re as impressive as the Wagoneer.

Jeep Avenger

A small SUV named the Avenger will not be marketed in the U.S. According to the manufacturer, the Avenger will begin appearing in showrooms in Europe in early 2023.

CEO Christian Meunier refused to disclose how many of the cars would be sold in both Europe and North America.

Jeep Wrangler 4xe

The 4xe is the automaker’s effort to convert its renowned 4×4 technology for the electric age. It was expected to be more powerful than its predecessors, thanks to the increased on-demand torque for quick acceleration and climbing.

What’s next for electric Jeeps?

Jeep has confirmed that it aims to release four all-electric cars by 2025, three of which have been detailed here. What’s the fourth? We don’t really know, just that it definitely won’t be an all-electric Wrangler. Jeep told that this won’t be happening, certainly not anytime soon, thanks to the technical challenges involved in taking everything that makes the Wrangler a Wrangler and building it into an electric off-roader.

Jeep’s Electrification Plans

Jeep was well-known for producing robust SUVs. But for the new generation of drivers, the car manufacturer plans to modernize the brand. Jeep fans will soon be able to drive the same rugged SUVs, the only difference is that it will not have any emissions.


Jeep’s plans for electrification were addressed in detail during the company’s announcement on Thursday.


In an effort to “become the leading electrified SUV brand in the world,” Jeep announced that it would introduce four new EV models in the US and Europe by 2025.

The popular SUV manufacturer added that it plans to sell 100% all-electric cars in Europe by 2030. Meanwhile, the company intends for half of its U.S. sale to be fully-electrified by the same period.



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