The all-new next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee is coming with a new platform, a choice of 4-, 6-, 8-cylinder and hybrid engines.
The manufacturer plans to launch the model in late 2020, and to start deliveries in early 2021. Certainly, if it will not have to change the schedule due to the COVID-19 effects.
The new Grand Cherokee rides on a version of the Alfa Romeo Giorgio platform. It will be longer than the outgoing model and Alfa’s Stelvio, and more spacious inside.
To go with the times, digital screens and a rotary knob will replace analog gauges and a conventional shifter in the cabin. In general, we hope the interior will meet the latest standards.
At launch, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be two-row. A three-row version cannot be excluded, in the future. Like the current vehicle, the next one will offer all drive options – rear-wheel, four-wheel, front-wheel, and a Trailhawk off-road modification.
Under the hood, expect to meet a base turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine, probably hybridized. A plug-in hybrid version should follow, we believe. A diesel variant or variants are possible too.