2018 Jeep Wrangler and 2019 Grand Wagoneer Leaked Online!

The FCA-owned renowned utility vehicle maker, Jeep has been snapped online in an image with its upcoming projects. If the rumours are to be believed these models are said to be the next generation 2018 Jeep Wrangler and the brand’s flagship model, which is unofficially named, the 2019 Grand Wagoneer. Some reports suggest that this blurry image was taken by an attendee during the presentation at the recent dealer event.

The single leaked image shows the lineup of the iconic tough SUV maker - the Renegade, 2018 Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and the 2019 Grand Wagoneer. Sadly, the India-bound Jeep Compass was out of the frame. However, here is nothing to do with that, what we want to show you, are the second from the left (2018 Jeep Wrangler) and the one on extreme right (so called, 2019 Grand Wagoneer).

You can also read: First Official Images of 2017 India-Based Jeep Compass Rendered Online

2018 Jeep Wrangler Leaked Image

Neither of the vehicles has been revealed yet officially. The prototype of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler has been spied several times undergoing testing, though the test mule was fully camouflaged but still you can see the signature boxy shape of the car. And the same you find in the leaked image what you have witnessed before. Taking a closer look at the image, the next-gen model will get larger fenders with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), a typical seven-slat grille and circular headlamps, and the rear features the same ‘X’-pattern LED tail lamps which we have seen on the Renegade. This next-gen model is likely to debut at the Detroit Motor Show in 2017.

2019 Grand Wagoneer Leaked Image

No updates on the 2019 Jeep Grand Wagoneer, not a single word came out from the maker. It appears to be a step ahead from the Grand Cherokee in terms size and stance, and will be one of the best luxury crossovers around the globe. The front features a wider face with more prominent chrome finished grille. The noteworthy equipment is seven dotted LED head and taillamps. The rear view describes a tall, boxy design with twin exhausts tucked low in the rear fascia. Though the leaked image doesn’t reveal much on the design front, it appears this will be an enhanced and more mature take on the Grand Cherokee’s design.
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