Jeep has recently unveiled the Grand Cherokee Concept at the 2012 Houston Auto Show, a very stealthy looking model which might hit the production line this year.
According to the North American based automaker, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Concept is based on the Grand Cherokee Laredo X model, and, as you can see from the images posted below, it’s coming with an aggressive look, chrome inserts, a Platinum Chrome lower fascia, Black headlamp bezels, mesh grille texture in the same Platinum Chrome and a Black liftgate light-bar.
“Highlighted by unique platinum-chrome front-end appearance and distinctive black-gloss 20 inch wheels and exterior treatments, our new Grand Cherokee Concept provides a completely new look – one that is edgy and aggressive, and certainly different than any Grand Cherokee on the road today. Jeep enthusiasts have always appreciated limited-edition models and the ability to customize their vehicles”, said the president and CEO of Jeep Brand, Mike Manley.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Concept is coming with heated front seats, leather-trimmed seats, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear shifter, iPod/MP3 connectivity, nine-speaker 506 watt sound system with subwoofer, rear view camera, rear park assist system, Keyless Enter-N-Go, hands-free communication system and many more other interesting features.