Jeep unveils revived Wagoneer SUV in another teaserAugust 25, 2020
The press service of the American automaker has released a teaser image showing the silhouette of the revived Jeep Wagoneer SUV. The new 2022 model year will be unveiled on September 3.
Very soon, two new models are to appear in the Jeep lineup: the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer. Rumor has it that the Grand Wagoneer will be a luxury vehicle with a lot of technology. Today, the press office of the American automaker posted on Instagram a small teaser that captures the silhouette of the revived Wagoneer SUV version of the 2022 model year.
Unfortunately, he doesn’t tell us much about the new product. At first glance, we can say that the new Wagoneer is very similar to the next generation Grand Cherokee.
However, the similarity is likely due to the fact that all Jeep models are similar in one way or another when viewed from the front. We expect the Wagoneer (and Grand Wagoneer) to get the signature seven-slot false radiator grille and side headlights that were visible in several spy photos of the SUV prototype. It is also impossible to see any details of his appearance on this teaser.
Details on how and to what extent the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer from other models of the brand remain unknown. Previous teasers have shown the Grand Wagoneer’s ultra-luxurious interior with grooved handles and wood trim (pictured). The cabin will also have screens, one of which will act as a dashboard, and in the center will be a 12-inch bezel-less infotainment screen. The Grand Wagoneer SUV is expected to be built on the same platform as the full-size Ram 1500 pickup, which could mean the availability of hybrid powertrains for it in the future.
Jeep announced that it will unveil the Grand Wagoneer on September 3rd, although it has yet to set an exact time for the show. We expect to see both models at once. It would be odd to show one without the other, although Jeep might want to make a splash with its Grand Wagoneer. In any case, the production of new products is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2021.
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