Jeep took Instagram to post the new Jeep Wagoneer teaser in anticipation of its release on September 3rd. The latest teaser image gives us a little taste of the latest car’s form and outline.
Indeed, the new teaser image could be very confused with that of the Grand Cherokee, had the title not been given and we know the next launch. The Jeep Wagoneer looks pretty much like the Jeep Grand Cherokee, but of course, we have already mentioned new design features.
The first is the new grille which is very similar to that seen in 2018 on the Wagoneer Roadtrip model, based on a 1965 Wagoneer. Indeed, you can see style hints from its predecessors such as the front chrome pattern, inspired by older models. There is also the ‘Wagoneer’ lettering right above the front grille.
Currently, we don’t have many specifics inside a new truck, but Jeep showed what looks like a rotary blade in earlier pictures. We are still eager to learn about its features but we were impressed by the attention to detail on the release.
The new Knob is suspected to have something to do with the all-terrain mode infotainment system. A 12-inch frameless infotainment screen should also be provided for the Jeep Wagoneer 2021.
In addition, the new Wagoneer will potentially share its foundations with the RAM 1500 and will also be fitted with a hybrid powertrain. We know the Wagoneer is available in two models-one is called the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer is a long-wheelbase model. The Jeep Wagoners are expected to start production in Q2, 2021.