Jeep Wagoneer S Trailhawk concept EV exhibits a more rugged demeanour than the standard Wagoneer S

Thrill-seeker's dream ride!

Jeep has lifted the veil on its Wagoneer S Trailhawk concept! The car is designed to be a more off-road-focused version of the standard Wagoneer S. Revealed as a near-production concept, the Wagoneer S Trailhawk features several changes to tackle the wildest terrains.

The Trailhawk has undergone a makeover (visually) with revised bumpers now sporting tow hooks, a refreshed grille, and enhanced protection for lower surfaces with anti-scratch cladding, so it remains durable during off-road excursions. Jeep has also raised the suspension by 2 inches and outfitted the SUV with 31.5-inch all-terrain tires. Plus, in addition to the standard Auto, Sand, Snow, Eco, and Sport modes found on the Wagoneer S EV, the Trailhawk introduces a new Rock drive mode. Jeep has also incorporated a driver-selectable electronic locking rear axle for enhanced off-road performance.

The insides are a little different too, including a new octagon-shaped steering wheel, a red-coloured switch panel in the centre console for the drive mode, diff lock rockers, and a passenger grab handle. Even though Jeep labels it a concept, the Trailhawk looks almost ready for production, indicating that Jeep may introduce it to international markets in the future.

Built on Stellantis' STLA Large platform, similar to the standard Wagoneer S, the Trailhawk's battery details and other technical specifications remain undisclosed for now so you’ll have to keep sttufin’ for that.