Drivers are treated to a digital instrument cluster, a uniquely shaped steering wheel, and a high-tech infotainment system. Passengers aren’t left out either as the co-pilot gets their own infotainment system, while rear seat passengers get two: one in the headrests and another in the seats. “The concept is expected to be based on the Cherokee and could preview a seven-seat model for the Chinese market We can also see a blacked out A-pillar, flush-mounted door handles, and some plastic body cladding. Other highlights include a panoramic glass roof, suicide rear doors, and large alloy wheels.The futuristic interior puts the Grand Cherokee to shame as it features an attractive mix of premium styling and upscale materials.
Floating seatsThe seats are mounted on thin stanchions to increase floor space and addto the impression that the seats are floating in the cabin. Also: Class of 2018 – New Cars Ready to RollWhile Jeep offered scant details on the concept, the PHEV badging indicates that when the vehicle goes into production it will likely be a plug-in. Jeep did say that the vehicle was presented as a China-only proposition, but given the strength of the 3-row SUV market in the U.S., Yuntu could be an indication of the company’s thinking on its next generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, which currently offers only 2-row seating. China has an aggressive electrification program with incentives for manufacturers to build both pure electrics and plug-in hybrids. The backs of the first and second row bucket seats have two screens, a main one topped by an auxiliary screen nestled in the headrest.
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