The anticipated Jeep Wagoneer SUV has been photographed testing on public roads for what we reckon might be the first time, sporting a slim pair of headlamps, shallow seven-slot grille, and a narrow slit toward the top of the front bumper cover. Overall, it’s looking mighty similar to the three-row Jeep Yuntu/Grand Commander being brought out for the Chinese market.
You can see the spy shots for yourself over at Motor1.com.
The Jeep Wagoneer is expected to launch around 2020 or so, along with a longer-wheelbase Grand Wagoneer. Both are intended to be true body-on-frame SUVs, Jeep CEO Mike Manley confirmed at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, built on the same platform as the RAM 1500. Both are also expected to utilize a dose of aluminum in the body for lightweighting purposes, and to house three rows of seats, with the Grand Wagoneer setting itself apart from the un-Grand model through posh, upscale materials and features.
This could mean a price tag that reaches as high as $140k for a fully-equipped example, Motor1 says.
We’ll almost certainly see more of the new Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer as they inch toward a public debut. In the meantime, don’t forget to take a look at the recent spy shots.