new design, three rows of seats and lots of technology

new design, three rows of seats and lots of technology

He Jeep Grand Cherokee L 2021 It is already a reality, and the truth is that it looks very good. The bad news is that this luxurious new three-row variant, which will be sold alongside the current two-row model, will probably never make it to the Old Continent. The good news is that the attractive design of the future Jeep Grand Cherokee anticipates us.

Very similar to the Jeep Grand Wagoneer on the front, with Full LED headlights thin horizontals and a seven-bar grille, their design varies depending on the finish. Seen from the side, it equips wheels of up to 21 inches and the added length is easily noticeable, as the wheelbase grows to 3,091 mm, with a total vehicle length of 5,204 mm.

new design, three rows of seats and lots of technology

New to the rear are slim LED taillights.

The interior of the Grand Cherokee L is radically different from the current Grand Cherokee. There is a completely new dashboard that houses a touchscreen from 8.4 inch or an optional touch screen 10.1 inch, which use the latest infotainment system UConnect 5 from the automaker. Include Apple CarPlay wireless and Android Auto.

As standard, the SUV includes a 10.3-inch digital instrumentation configurable and can display a multitude of different information, including the new night vision system. Thanks to the new dimensions, there is also more space for the passengers in the second row of seats and greater cargo capacity, with 1,328 liters trunk when folding down the third row.

new design, three rows of seats and lots of technology

Four versions will be offered, called Laredo, Limited, Overland and Summit. The most complete includes a much more luxurious equipment than usual in the Grand Cherokee range, with elements such as cooled front and second row seats, front seats with memory and massage, a 19-speaker McIntosh audio system, Active Driving Assist, differential limited slip …

As an option, a Quadra-Lift adaptive air suspension system with various riding modes is offered.

It also greatly increases the cast of driving assistance and safety systems, with automatic emergency braking system, rear cross traffic detection, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, lane departure warning and lane keeping assistance, among many others.

new design, three rows of seats and lots of technology

Where we find the least news is under the hood. At the bottom of the range we find the company’s 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that has an output of 290 hp and 348 Nm of maximum torque. It is followed by the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 block with 360 hp and 529 Nm of torque. Both come standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission and 4 × 2 traction, with the AWD being optional.

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