The first photo shows the SUV’s new badge, which looks mighty classy, if we may say so. The font almost looks throwback in a sense, and right next to it sits an American flag. All of it dons a gold finish, also something we typically don’t see these days.
A second photo shows a push-button start fixture and gives us a small taste of the SUV’s cabin. There’s some woodgrain present alongside other materials. To the right, we can start to see a knob, likely for the infotainment system.
And that’s it. Teasers are teasers, after all, but it’s. Despite the blips of info, we have an idea of what to expect from the Grand Wagoneer when it bows.
It will arrive as a flagship SUV for the Jeep brand and prices Ram 1500’s chassis, which leaves open plenty of powertrain choices. There will likely be a plug-in hybrid version at some point as well.. We’ll also see a standard Jeep Wagoneer, which should be a little less luxurious and possibly shorter than the Grand Wagoneer. Both will likely sit on the
Based on Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s second quarter earnings presentation, we should see both SUVs start rolling off the assembly line around this time next year. Only then will we know if they put the , and others on notice.
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