Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) confirmed the Grand Wagoneer’s arrival at the company’s strategy announcement meeting that recently took place in Bolocco, Italy. There, a model release roadmap was revealed to investors and the future will include three all-new models, ten plug-in hybrids, four full-electric models, electrified versions for each of their already exiting nameplate and level 3 autonomy.
According to the slide provided by CarScoops, the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer nameplate should make a return globally by 2022 as the brand’s flagship model.
Not much else has been leaked regarding this specific model, though it should be offered with L3 autonomy as Jeep is planning to release it by 2021. Not to be confused with full autonomy, this system still requires an alert driver behind the wheel.
Additional models to debut in the coming years includes two new three-row SUVs, a new Renegade and Cherokee, Wrangler based pickup truck, and a mystery model under the A/B segment. There’s also going to be two new sub-brands similar to the Trailhawk and Trackhawk: the Desert Hawk for high-speed sand driving and a yet unnamed badge that’s geared towards urban owners.
Finally, the Chinese market will be getting eight new or updated models including two region specific models that won’t be offered elsewhere.