The 2019 Jeep Grand Wagoneer has been previewed through leaked teaser images, and it looks like its winning it already. The Grand Wagoneer, due for a launch in 2019, will be the flagship of the Jeep range, and positioned above the Grand Cherokee. It’ll reportedly be based on a stretched version of the next-gen Grand Cherokee’s platform, and have three rows of seating. Considering it’ll be gunning for the Range Rover, the Grand Wagoneer will be one plush ride.
The teaser shows a front fascia that’s riddled with LED illumination, the trademark Jeep seven crate grille and familiar bumper-work. The LEDs travel to the rear end as well, while the tow hook stamped front bumper theme is carried over to the rear as well. Considering this will be the flagship model, there’ll a lot of chrome embellishments on the outside, right from the glinting grille to the shiny exhaust tips. Inside, there’ll be luxurious, leather trimmed space for seven occupants, and other technological appointments.
As for the power-train, expect the Hemi V8 petrol engine for the range topping grades, while diesel and petrol V6 engines should be the other power-train options. Maybe a Hellcat-powered version of the Grand Wagoneer is also on the cards, which would be awesome.
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