The US automaker has recently published the first pictures and details about its latest offering – the China-exclusive Grand Commander seven-passenger, three-row SUV.
Naturally, the Grand Commander is not exactly a completely new model, instead using the styling and most likely lots of components from the ongoing generation of the Grand Cherokee. The front fascia does feature a few differentiations – different headlights and a narrower grille – while the profile naturally reveals the main difference. The Grand Commander features a longer wheelbase and different treatment for the window surfaces, especially at the back. The main departure from the Grand Cherokee is at the back, where the Gran Commander features its own design cues – such as a large rear glass and a completely new styling for the taillights.
Unfortunately, there aren’t too many official details, especially on the technical side. Jeep’s Chinese website does explain it will be treated to a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, without actually revealing any specifications. We can imagine this to be the same mill used inside the all-new Wrangler, where it provides 68 horsepower (200 kilowatts) and 295 pound-feet (400 Newton-meters) of torque.