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Automobiles Jeep’s New All-Electric SUVs Look Just Like…JeepsJeep aims to have two models of its new all-electric SUV fleet — Recon and Wagoneer S — available in North America in 2024.

Jeep aims to have EVs make up half of its sales in the U.S. and 100% in Europe by 2023. To hit those sales targets, the goal is to have 55 EVs in the U.S. and Europe by 2025, with 40 being all-electric and 15 being plug-in hybrids.

According to Jeep, their 4xe system boosts “on-demand torque for maximum traction and four-wheel-drive performance” without noise pollution of traditional off-road vehicles.

The Recon and luxury Wagoneer S are slated for production in 2024, likely hitting the streets, mountains, and, judging by the photos, vacant beaches by 2025.

Currently, Jeep has two plug-in hybrid models available in the U.S.: Wrangler 4xe and Grand Cherokee 4xe.

Here’s a bit of early info on the new models:

Jeep Recon

Think of the Recon (as seen in the top two photos) as the Wrangler’s electrified off-road brother. And like the traditional Wrangler, the Recon will feature removable doors and windows. Expected stats about the Recon’s performance were not released, though the brand noted its off-road abilities will be similar to the Wrangler.

Wagoneer S

The Wagoneer S is being touted as a larger and more luxurious model that’ll be equipped with what the brand calls a “unique, sleek aerodynamic design and 4×4 capability as standard.”

According to Jeep, the Wagoneer S will sport 600 hp, journey 400 miles per charge, and go from 0-to-60 in 3.5 seconds.

Jeep also plans to release four EVs in Europe, including the Avenger and Renegade. You can take a first look at those in the attached video or on Jeep’s website.

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