Jeep has officially unveiled the Grand Wagoneer concept. The Grand Wagoneer is confirmed to enter production next year. The boxy shape in this new concept is finished with a typically star-spangled lack of restraint, strutting onto the scene with a chrome-heavy front end, slim LED headlights, and a new lighting signature spanning the Wagoneer’s considerable width. Even the off-road recovery hooks are dipped in chrome. Overall it delivers a strong impression.
Grand Wagoneer’s concept incorporates a painted A-pillar modernizing the look. The B-, C-, and D-pillars are body-color, and both the window openings and the contrast roof are rimmed in that same dark chrome. The Grand Wagoneer full-size SUV concept looks futuristic, yet bold with a front end featuring a sleeker version of the traditional Jeep 7-slat grille.
Inside Wagoneer it’s up to another level. Seven infotainment screens span the cabin that seems like a multiplex on wheels. Starting off is a 12.3-inch driver display, followed by a 12.1-inch touchscreen on the upper half of the center console with a 10.25-inch touchscreen in the lower half. The passenger side gets a 10.25-inch touchscreen system of its own. The rear encompasses another 3 digital screens with a 10.1-inch touchscreen between the captain seats and a couple of 10.1-inch touch screens above. A split-screen layout similar to Land Rover’s Touch Pro Duo has also been offered. It also boasts a plethora of tech with the latest UConnect 5 system that Jeep claims to be five times faster than its previous iteration. You also get a premium McIntosh audio system consisting of 23 custom-designed speakers connected to a 24-channel amplifier for that optimum audio experience.
Technical specifications of the Grand Wagoneer concept haven’t been revealed, but Jeep has confirmed a plug-in-hybrid powertrain as part of Jeep’s electrification roadmap. It also packs three available 4×4 systems, a Quadra-Lift air suspension, as well as an independent front and rear suspension. For more updates stay tuned.