Jeep Wagoneer to relaunch after 29 years

Sep 06 2020 01:57 PM
Jeep Wagoneer to relaunch after 29 years

New Delhi: US SUV maker Jeep launched the Jeep Wagoneer SUV in 1962. However, the company discontinued this car in the year 1991. It was the first 4WD SUV that had an automatic gearbox. Now, the company has decided to re-market the iconic car after 29 years.

The production of this Jeep SUV can be started soon and its sales will start from next year. It will be built at the FCA Warren plant in Michigan. The car will compete with Land Rover Range Rover and Cadillac Escalade. In this car you get by functional LED projecter headlamps. Wagoneer branding appears in the rear of the car. The car receives 24 inch multispoke vials. The old model in the car is given as soon as the flat rear and side profiles are given.

The interior of this car has been given sophisticated features. The car gets 7 infotainment screens. Along with this, the car has 2 10.25-inch displays and 3 digital screens at the rear. This SUV has a McIntosh audio system. With which 23 speakers and 24 channel amplifiers are available.

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