The first Jeep Wagoneer came in 1962 for the 1963 model year. It was the first four-wheel-drive SUV with an automatic transmission. In 1991, it was discontinued from that point its return has waited now it’s finally over.
Fiat Chrysler revealed the Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept, a full-size SUV that blends the brand’s off-road credentials with luxury. The starting of jeep grand wagoner are going to be around $60,000 and can go up to $100,000. It will arrive in the summer of 2021.
As it is a concept vehicle, the assembly one will be not an equivalent but almost similar to it. The concept demonstrates where Jeep is headed because the Wagoneer features an elegant grille, 24-inch polished wheels, a long greenhouse, and LED torches.
The new Grand Wagoneer lineup will share the platform of the Ram 1500 pickup truck (only one thing Jeep will not take solid rear axle in Ram) ; the body-on-frame platform is not in the SUV variant.
The dimension of Grand Wagoneer is not revealed yet some other details are revealed like wood and leather interior, digital display cluster, upper and lower infotainment system, front passenger screen, and rear-seat climate control and infotainment. It also features a 23-speaker Mclntosh audio system connected to a 24-channel amplifier; this audio system is designed in aluminum and gloss black. It will be the first three-row model room for seven and eight people. The four-wheel-drive will come standard and it will offer three distinct four-by-four systems and supply an optional air suspension. The powertrain is also not revealed but the concept is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Jeep is trying to push electrification across its lineup, using this concept as an opportunity to debut the Wrangler 4Xe, which is also a PHEV.