The next-generation of new Jeep® vehicles is approaching and it looks like big changes are on the horizon. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the acclaimed 4×4 brand and it’s been a big one. However, teaser images of a future lineup show that something even bigger may be in store.
The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee is currently the largest vehicle that the automaker offers, but we could soon have an even bigger option, with a little something extra that many Jeep fans have been wanting for years. We’re talking about the mysterious Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
The photos that have spread show a future lineup of Jeep vehicles being offered. They show the front and rear ends of five vehicles starting with the smallest, the Jeep Renegade, and moving up through the vehicles to end with a mysterious model.
From what can be seen in the photos it looks like the potential Jeep Grand Wagoneer features a seven-bar grille, LED headlamps with integrated fog lights, and LED taillights. The front fascia looks similar to that of the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee but with a few noticeable changes to the structure. The seven-bar grille appears wider and more stout and the headlamps are made up of seven individual LED lights, whereas the Jeep Grand Cherokee uses a horseshoe shape in its headlights.
It’s purported that the three-row Jeep Grand Wagoneer will ride on a stretched version of the next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee Platform. The vehicle is also expected to be taller and wider as well. As far as where this mystery new Jeep vehicle fits into the family, it appears that it’s expected to rival premium luxury SUVs in both luxury and price. From the rough and rugged 2016 Jeep Wrangler to the everyman’s 2017 Jeep Cherokee, the automaker has done a great job of covering various wants and needs in the market. With a potential Luxury model on the way, there will be a Jeep model for every taste.
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