The Grand Wagoneer Concept provides the world with a very close representation of what the new flagship Jeep will look like when it hits the streets. This clip takes an up-close look at the massive SUV and showcases some of its hidden details.
Dominating the exterior design of the Grand Wagoneer Concept is a huge Obsidian Black-accented grille made up of seven slots with detailed latticework that features sleek backlighting. The concept also has bi-functional LED projector headlights with genuine teak wood accents. It is a very imposing fascia and will certainly give the SUV lots of road presence.
Elsewhere, the Grand Wagoneer Concept has multi-spoke 24-inch wheels, while at the rear you will find LED taillights.
A good portion of this video focuses on the cabin of the new Jeep – and for good reason. Up front there’s a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.1-inch central touchscreen, a 10.25-inch secondary screen, and a fourth screen positioned in front of the passenger. The second row also has three 10.1-inch displays, while one particularly cool feature of the show car is that the panoramic sunroof includes a map of metro Detroit.
The interior is clad in plush leather and has various other high-end materials, including teak trimmings. The Grand Wagoneer Concept also has a pumping audio system with no less than 23-speakers from McIntosh.
Jeep has confirmed that production of the Grand Wagoneer and its more mainstream sibling, the Wagoneer, will start in the second quarter of 2021. Pricing details haven’t been confirmed, but we know the SUV will top out at over $100,000 when loaded with options.