Published 2/28/2020 on AutoBlog by Ronan Glon
It will spawn a bigger, three-row SUV. Jeep has started testing the next-generation Grand Cherokee, and it announced it will introduce the SUV before the end of 2020. The current-generation model is the oldest car in the company’s lineup by a wide margin.
“I love the Grand Cherokee because it’s survived so beautifully. It’s getting on now, and we’re about to replace it later this year,” revealed Ralph Gilles, Fiat-Chrysler Automobile’s head of design, in a live-streamed interview.
Gilles added he enjoyed helping create different variants of the Grand Cherokee, like the Hellcat-powered Trackhawk and the upmarket Overland, so it’s reasonable to assume the next-generation model will again spawn several models planted all over the automotive spectrum. He didn’t give away anything else about the SUV.