The first pictures of the interior of the Jeep Grand Cherokee publishedAugust 30, 2019
A new generation car will receive a large number of screens and an attractive new finish.
The new generation Jeep Grand Cherokee will receive a radically redesigned interior, including through a rotary speed switch. This information was found on a crumpled document published on Instagram. The page looks like it is an official advertising booklet. However, the company declined to comment on the information.
The changes in the cabin seem to be complex. The document states that customers will have access to a new 10.5-inch digital dashboard display and another four-spoke steering wheel. The 10.1-inch screen of the infotainment system will replace the 8.4- and 7.0-inch versions of the current generation of the SUV. On the center console, the traditional gear lever has disappeared, and now there is a washer to control the gearbox.
The document also indicated that the interior is a lot of new. So, the automaker has updated windows control keys, seat controls, door locks and a ceiling console. The button for selecting driving modes has also changed.
According to WLJeeps.org, the new Grand Cherokee will go into mass production in the spring of 2021. It is known that the engine range of the model will undergo some changes: there will be a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with a soft hybrid eTorque system, and a 5.7-liter V8 Hem, which will also be electrified. The 3.6-liter V6 carries over without any changes. There will be a hybrid version that works on the principle of the Mild Hybrid, however, it is not said which engine will work with this engine.
Recent spy shots give an idea of the exterior of the new Grand Cherokee. Proportions, at least, make the crossover larger than the current generation. At the heart of the SUV is the same platform from Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio. Information from WLJeeps.org indicates that the model will still be equipped with two rows of seats, despite the larger size.
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