On the eve of its debut, the American brand has revealed some details of the car, which will go to the first buyers this summer.
Four images posted on Jeep’s Facebook page show the pre-production model, but it also looks different from last year’s concept car. The first photo shows a part of the front end with slightly larger headlights, a different pattern of the radiator grille and without a diode strip, which was stretched to the full width of the show car.
Other photos show the perforated leather seats with bright stitching and the McIntosh sound system speaker located on the dashboard. The premium hand-built system on the concept was equipped with 23 speakers – probably only the “top” Grand Wagoneer will get it.
Whether the three-row SUV will get the seven screens Jeep equipped the concept Grand Wagoneer with remains to be seen. The show car got four displays in the front and three screens in the back: one for each passenger in the second row and another one between the “captain’s” seats.
In addition to luxury options, the new items will include three all-wheel drive systems and Quadra-Lift air suspension. Powertrains have not been disclosed, but a plug-in hybrid powertrain is known to be available.
The Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will be assembled at their Detroit facility, with sales starting next summer. The SUV without the Grand prefix will compete with the Ford Expedition and the Chevrolet Suburban, while the Lincoln Navigator and the Cadillac Escalade will compete with the Grand Wagoneer.