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See The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Before You're Supposed To

Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by T_690, Oct 8, 2020.

  1. Scottina06

    Scottina06 Active Member

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    Its close but a little mercedes GL(?)is for me in this render. Little too much hood length and width compared to what I've seen.
     
  2. KrisW

    KrisW Well-Known Member

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    I think it really looks good. This render doesn't line up right in a couple of places (the front does not seem to be square with the side), but looking at the design elements, there's a lot to like. The interior puts it well into the premium pack alongside Volvo, LandRover, BMW, Audi and company. If it retains even half of the positive aspects of its Alfa ancestor on road, this could be Jeep's breakthrough in the premium SUV market in Europe. (Wagoneer is impractically sized for our market, so WL will be the Big Jeep)
     
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  3. true_rt

    true_rt Well-Known Member

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    I like this more than the Wagoneer
     
  4. Milkman123

    Milkman123 Active Member

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    Looks similar to the old one with new tech inside.

    I hate it but they'll sell lots of them to soccer moms.
     
  5. savio.79

    savio.79 Active Member

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    I made some modifications. Can anyone tell if there are improvements? Am I getting closer to the real thing?
    (question for the ones who know, for the ones who have seen it)

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  6. thumper

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    Glad they're keeping it old school by including a cassette player! ;) <<joking>>
     
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  7. Powdered Toast Man

    Powdered Toast Man Move along, nothing to see here

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    MIKE3187 Active Member

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    anyone know if this is a new logo on steering wheel?

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  9. hotmach

    hotmach Not an insider !

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    If i was to accept keeping it extremely evolutionary to not alienate anyone is a good thing.
    What does making the rest of the Jeep lineup look like it do for it ?
     
  10. suzq044

    suzq044 Resident Photoshop Nerd

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    The D pillar is actually a lot more like the Wagoneers' should've been. It's what struck me the most in the shots I was able to work from.. I couldn't get the nose right, but the rear pillar and body lines I'm confident in. I think it's starting to look much more Range Rover here. More slab-sided; less muscular than it is now. Perhaps that's how they plan on making the difference between GC & Durango.

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  11. dakrt99

    dakrt99 Well-Known Member

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    Interior looks fantastic.
     
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    dakrt99 Well-Known Member

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    Evolution, not revolution.
     
  13. KrisW

    KrisW Well-Known Member

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    Needs more overbite...
     
  14. DrMark

    DrMark Well-Known Member

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    Not bad... the stylists were constrained / conservative, not surprised by that.

    I wish the beltline were a little lower. I'm not a fan of the trend (over the last decade or two) of decreasing outward visibility.

    I wish the main central interior screen were not lowered to put vents above it. I like that screen located higher on the dash so that drivers looking at it while driving (as they do) don't have to look down as much.
     
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  15. suzq044

    suzq044 Resident Photoshop Nerd

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    GC-WL-ish.jpg
    .. ish. xD -- sorry i don't have time anymore for good renders.. this'll have to do.
     
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  16. Scottina06

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    So when are they going to unveil this thing? November, after the election?
     
  18. KrisW

    KrisW Well-Known Member

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    Was supposed to have been at the LA Auto Show, which was originally November.
     
  19. FreeLantz

    FreeLantz Well-Known Jeeper

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    Interior looks nice. Exterior looks watered down, like another manufacturer's attempt at copying Jeep styling. The outgoing model is much nicer looking. If you ask me FCA needs new design leadership pronto.
     
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  20. Zagnut27

    Zagnut27 Jeepaholic

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    Jeeps were always...for the most part...utilitarian in their design and styling. More recently they’re headed upscale, but I don’t mind a more subdued look. Others obviously may feel differently about that. At the end of the day, we haven’t yet seen the actual vehicle anyway, just renders and camo-covered mules/pre production vehicles. If these are an indication of how the final product will look, I’d be content with that. It doesn’t stray too far from the current look, and the current model is still selling really well...don’t want to potentially turn off buyers by changing up the styling too much if there isn’t a need for it to spark interest.

    Is the 3-row still to be revealed first? That’s the one I’m most eager to see.
     
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