Slated to take the Chinese market by storm, images of what seems to be a production ready Jeep Grand Commander has been leaked ahead of its official reveal at the Beijing Auto Show this April.
Based on Jeepís Yuntu concept, which was unveiled last year, the Grand Commander will only be sold in China and it has received a few updates since we first saw it at the Shanghai Auto Show. No longer will sit seat just six people in a 2/2/2 configuration, Car News China
says the latest iteration will seat 7 passengers including the driver using a 2/3/2 layout.
Getting this family hauler moving is a 2-liter turbo engine, which it shares with the new Wrangler and Jeep will offer it in two levels of tune: 234 and 265 horsepower.
Unfortunately, transmission options remain hidden though the publication does reveal too us the Grand Commander 2800mm wheelbase.
Once on sale, customers can expect to see at least two variants, Longitude and Limited. You can tell the two models apart from the side window and skirt trim, which comes in either black of chrome. Jeep also seems to be offering four sets of wheels.
Positioned above the Jeep Cherokee, we can expect to see a starting price of around 250,000 yuan or about $38,000 USD. Perhaps some design elements from the Grand Commander will be reused in the upcoming Grand Wagoneer.