Recently, according to overseas media, Jeep will launch a new three-row seat SUV, which is positioned higher than the Grand Cherokee and will enter the large SUV market. At the same time, as the originator of full-size SUV, Grand Wagoneer’s revival is approaching, and its positioning will inevitably be higher than that of the brand-new three-row SUV, continuing to serve as the flagship model of the family. It is reported that the two new cars are expected to be released in early 2020, and it is very likely that they will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, and the official launch may not be until the end of 2020.
At present, there is relatively little information about the new SUV, and even the model name has not been confirmed, but what is certain is that it will not be named after the Grand Cherokee (Grand Cherokee), such as the Grand Cherokee XL. The name is out of the question, but it will share a platform and powertrain components with the Grand Cherokee. Regarding the Grand Wagni, it will undoubtedly be bigger and more luxurious than the new SUV, and it is likely to launch a plug-in hybrid version. (This article is transferred from Sina Automobile)