DETROIT — The first fully electric Jeeps for the U.S. are scheduled to arrive in 2024.
The Wrangler-inspired Recon and a sleek midsize crossover called the Wagoneer S will mark the beginning of the battery-electric era for the brand in its biggest market.
The Recon, like the Wrangler, will have removable doors and windows and a power top to offer open-air driving. The Wagoneer S, despite sharing a name with the brand's largest SUVs, has its own design language.
Jeep is targeting a range of 400 miles for the Wagoneer S and aims to produce 600 hp with a 0-60 mph time of around 3.5 seconds. It will be sold in major markets around the world, including Europe.