Jeep showed the interior of seven-seat Grand Commander SUV

Jeep showed the interior of seven-seat Grand Commander SUV

March 2, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The world premiere of a new all-terrain vehicle of the American mark is planned for April of this year.

Crossover Jeep Grand Commander designed specifically for the Chinese market. The exterior of the novelty was declassified in January 2018, now the manufacturer has published a video and several photos of the all-terrain vehicle interior. The model will be offered in the seven-seat version, the chairs are arranged according to the scheme 2 + 3 + 2. The interior is clearly designed taking into account the flavors of customers from China – on the air deflectors, gear lever and doors there are chrome elements. Armchairs and front panel are upholstered in leather. The list of new equipment includes a multimedia system with a large touch screen and a panoramic sunroof.

According to preliminary data, the length of Grand Commander is 4,873 mm, width – 1,892 mm, height – 1,738 mm, wheelbase – 2,800 mm. The car will be available with a petrol 4-cylinder turbo engine 2.0 with a capacity of 234 or 265 hp. The engine is combined with a nine-speed automatic transmission ZF, the drive – front or full.

Production of a new crossover will be established in China at the joint venture joint venture of FCA and GAC. It is expected that the public premiere of the SUV will be held in April this year at the Beijing Motor Show.

Meanwhile, in China, pre-orders for Grand Commander are already being accepted. In order to reserve a crossover, the customer must transfer 88,000 yuan. The full cost will be announced after the debut. Obviously, Grand Commander will occupy a niche between Cherokee and Grand Cherokee. The first model in China costs from 209,800 yuan, and the flagship SUV there will cost a minimum of 559,900 yuan.

At the moment there is no information on Jeep plans to sell the Grand Commander outside of China.

By the way, earlier it was reported that the novelty can have two names: the Grand prefix will receive a seven-seat modification, and the five-seat version, which probably debuts later, will be called simply Commander. However, in Jeep, this data has not yet confirmed.