Jeep will be reviving the iconic models Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer on a range of the all-new SUVs, which will be showcased online by a prototype vehicle. The original models had a tremendous long-term span, which saw three company owners from 1963 to 1991. Wagoneer that was put on hold in 1991 has been in focus for years now. Luckily, Jeep has now announced the come-back news for the newer version with the latest royal look. Anytime in 2021, the new model will run the ramp, as reported on Thursday.
The carmaker is launching not only the all-new Grand Wagoneer but also a smaller and simpler model of Wagoneer. However, Grand Wagoneer will enter the market first. Features of this vehicle include a four-wheel-drive system, 3-row seats, and independent front and rear suspension. Jeep aims at competing with Land Rover through the expected success of this new model.
The interior part of the design covers screens for each passenger; seven 75-inch screens are fitted for extra entertainment for all. The carmaker has provided a 12-inch indicator cluster behind the two-spoke steering wheel, and a 12-inch central panel in the front is available for the driver with a 10-inch passenger display on the right. Passengers can use their separate personal devices to access the system without bothering the driver, and even displaying it on his mobile Bluetooth. Another 10-inch panel just below the central infotainment screen monitors the temperature, and back-seat travelers are also provided with 10-inch screens to operate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
The Grand Wagoneer Model is exceptionally modern and has expansive windows that are not similar to the Wrangler's old classic style, providing a simple response to its predecessor. Although there is no wooden paneling on its edges, the headlights and roof rack are shattered with a tiny proportion of teaks.