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That has has to be one of the toughest briefs in the industry for an exterior designer.Like so many other things about the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, its release date is also unclear – and by “date” we mean “year.” The newis believed to ride on an extended Grand Cherokee platform, giving it enough space to become the first Jeep seven-seater since the Commander was discontinued. It seems completely bland, which would make some sense considering this car is supposed to mix stylish elegance with the Jeep ethos. A 2019 release sounds a lot more probable, but we fear that with every passing year, the design would get more and more obsolete. SUVWe think the Jeep range has never been more appealing than it is now, with the possible exception of the Cherokee model which appears to have suffered from a genetic failure that made it look different from its siblings.
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http://i.imgur.com/undefined.jpgWe say so because the structure of the Grand Wagoneer looks to be no different from the Grand Cherokee. It is no secret that Jeep is developing the next-gen Grand Wagoneer and the large SUV will be made to replace the historical models from Jeep. The Grand Wagoneer is projected to arrive next year and today, we have received more information on the vehicle. The patent simply paints a different view of the upcoming Grand Wagoneer as it looks nothing like the leaked photos shared by Car & Driver very recently ago. http://i.imgur.com/undefined.jpgA patent filing for the vehicle has apparently surfaced online today and it allows us to get a look at the Grand Wagoneer designs schematics.
AutoGuide.com has discovered a new Jeep patent filing with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, giving us a sneak peak at the new Jeep Grand Wagoneer. SEE ALSO: Jeep Grand Wagoneer Could Push into $140K RangeIt is believed the Jeep Grand Wagoneer will arrive by 2018 as a 2019 model year, though other reports say it could arrive by 2020. Discuss this story on our Jeep Grand Wagoneer Forum Update: Jeep spokesman Trevor Dorchies replied to our inquiry saying Jeep currently has no facebook/” target=”_blank”>comment at this time in regards to the design patent. The Grand Wagoneer is supposed to ride on a stretched version of the next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee’s platform, though other reports claim that the large SUV will ride on a version of the Ram’s platform.
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