We know that something is cooking up for a long time, yet we haven’t expected to see the new generation Grand Wagoneer so soon. Okay we haven’t saw the production-ready model, but we know how it will look front and rear ends. Someone says that the 2019 Jeep Grand Wagoneer looks like a Grand Cherokee on steroids, but we say it will look really impressive.
2019 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Will Have New Design and Amazing Features
The front end has a lot in common with the Grand Chrokee, but this isn’t bad at all. There is manufacturer’s distinctive seven-slat grille, and also pretty interesting LED headlights. It’s interesting because of the spooky seven-element treatment, which look really impressive. Moreover, the car manufacturer decided to design the taillights in the same manner. The front fascia also features a massive bumper that gets LED fog lamps, tow-hook surrounds and likely a huge air intake. The rear bumper has dual exhaust tip, which promises some impressive mill under the hood. We haven’t seen the future SUV from the side, so we can’t say whether the manufacturer plans to add some replacement for the distinctive wood panels that had the predecessor.
The popular woody will ride on Grand Cherokee’s platform. Of course, the architecture will be pretty stretched, because the new generation Jeep Grand Wagoneer must have three rows of seats. But the third row won’t be some small space for kinds only. No, Jeep’s full-size SUV will get plenty of space for all passengers. Except of the roomy seats, the cab will also get a number of useful equipment, as well as the latest infotainment and entertainment systems. While the exterior should show the brawny American vehicle, the interior will be the Italian job only.
Maserati’s Engines Only
The impressive styling isn’t everything you will get from the 2019 Grand Wagoneer. The interesting SUV will use a 3-liter twin-turbo, the same one that will power the new Maserati Quattroporte. The engine is available with 330 and 410 horsepower. The range-topping model will use a 3.8-liter twin-turbo with a whopping 530 horsepower. Some markets will also get an oil-burner option, but this won’t be available in North America. For the US market, the new SUV will use only Maserati’s powertrains, which isn’t too bad at all.
According to the latest reports, the new generation Jeep Grand Wagoneer will cost from $100,000 to $145,000, depending on trim level you buy.