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The new Jeep Grand Cherokee will be revealed on September 29, including 4xe plug-in hybrid

The new Jeep Grand Cherokee will be revealed on September 29, including 4xe plug-in hybrid

The fifth generation of one of Jeep’s most popular SUVs will be officially unveiled on Wednesday.

Stellantis originally planned to bring the new generation Jeep Grand Cherokee to the New York Auto Show in August, but postponed it after its cancellation. However, it recently announced through a press release that it will officially present the car on Wednesday, September 29th, at 3:00 PM CET.

From the examples published so far, it is clear that the fifth-generation Grand Cherokee will take over the design of the already introduced Grand Cherokee L, however, compared to the seven-seat model, it will offer a shorter wheelbase and revised rear. In addition, the restyled rear pillar in combination with two-tone lacquer and chrome window decor can create the so-called floating roof design.

Both models will likely offer very similar cabins, including a dashboard with a 10.3-inch digital instrument panel and a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment screen. Perhaps the biggest difference is just the number of seats.

Under the hood of the new Grand Cherokee, it is very likely that the same engines as the L version will appear in the hybrid version for the first time.


It is likely that all engines will be combined with an automatic transmission, which will provide at least eight gears for pure-combustion engines. Of course, there should also be an optional all-wheel drive system, which can be supplemented with the optional Quadra-Lift air suspension.

The Czech press release then adds that the new generation Grand Cherokee will be “Undoubtedly the most technologically advanced, most luxurious and capable generation of this seriesSo let’s be surprised.

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