Jeep's upcoming top of the model range, the Grand Wagoneer is a three-row crossover SUV and the images have been leaked from a dealer meeting.
The new Jeep Grand Wagoneer will arrive in 2019 and will be the most expensive vehicle from the American SUV maker. The Grand Wagoneer, when launched will compete with Range Rover and the by the looks of it, it could pick a fight with its rivals.
The images reveal the Jeep Grand Wagoneer signature grille and are very reminiscent of the current Grand Cherokee. On the front profile, the crossover SUV is muscular compared to the Grand Cherokee.
One of the most prominent design is the seven-element headlights, the theme is carried to the rear as well. Jeep probably is taking forward the seven slated grille to the lights as well and offer the customers the exclusivity of the Jeep brand.
While the grille carries off the seven-slatted design, it is short and wide, a clear departure from the exciting design language on other models.
On the rendered image, Jeep reveals the bright works of the Grand Wagoneer not just in the front grille, but in the smaller bit as well that connects the exhaust tips in the rear and the tow-hooks surrounds up front.
The Jeep Grand Wagoneer looks wider than the Grand Cherokee either in design or engineering. The new crossover SUV from Jeep is about the size of the Dodge Durango three-row crossover.
Jeep will use the next-generation Grand Cherokee platform for the Grand Wagoneer as well, the DC and Durango use the platform used by Mercedes on its SUVs and is not known if Jeep will use an evolution of the same platform.
As for the powertrain, Jeep is expected to use the Hemi V8 and diesel and petrol V6 engines. Jeep could surprise us with the Hellcat-powered version of the Grand Wagoneer which is mean-looking.