Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by CDJSalesPro, Apr 7, 2019.
Good idea. How about just removing it and adding a sharp body line to join the fog lights...
I vote that you and Mr Gilles have lunch together and, you know, share some ideas and stuff.
OK, for those of us in flyover country, off-road and off-pavement have different meanings. In the county where I live not all the roads have pavement. Well healed people may have a hobby farm (or a real working farm for that matter) situated is on a county highway ten miles from the nearest paved road.
Let's not forget stretch limos have been replaced by black Chevy Suburbans and Lincoln Navigators. It would be nice if Jeep could break into that market.
Curious to what this button does.. seems to be a window switch (possibly tailgate) but had seen reporting that they weren’t able to incorporate an opening window on the tailgate due to width..
The top of the tail lights could separate an upper and lower tailgate.
It could also just swap what is displayed on the upper and lower screens.
Ryan, this is pretty much exactly what I was expecting.
Not bad, and it makes the SJ grille crown stand out more too.
I was looking at that too, but you'd think the roof didn't slide, it's a bit big, so maybe it's a nice surprise. I thought I saw a rear wiper on the glass but I was mistaken when I saw pics with zero wipers anywhere. Lol
I agree, I believe this thing will have a two piece, upper and lower tailgate.
This could be the button to open/close the upper half (the part with the glass).
I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that the bottom screen folds up to reveal hidden storage--that might be the button for it.
Someone sends this to Ralph, please
How is it most of us see what is wrong with the styling that it didn't shake out during the whole design process?
Is it possible that the Wagoneer will have a different grill design to differentiate it from the GW? Maybe that will be a bigger grill, much like the Ram has a smaller grill on the Limited compared to the Big Horn. Maybe the less expensive trim, 60k, will actually look better than the 100k GW.
the bland side profile puts me to sleep. Why oh why couldn't they put a recessed or coved accent line connecting the headlight to the taillights? And I forget who pointed it out, but the trend toward double fenders has been completely worn out. Hope we see a trail rated version of the (non-Grand) Wagoneer.
he spoke my mind
That is if the Wagoneer they've been talking about isn't a car, but the sub-brand.
They have made it a bit confusing, really.
Oh god, I can't get past the first 2 seconds in his videos when he gets really dramatic with his pronunciation of "this."
This is on the Detroit News site today.
Design chief 'lost sleep' over wood-grain panels on new Jeep Grand Wagoneer (at https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/chrysler/2020/09/03/design-chief-lost-sleep-over-wood-grain-panels-new-jeep-grand-wagoneer/5705714002/ )
In general, it looks good. But a few enhancements here and there would make it great.
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