Some say suVs cannot be a luxury, but FCA developers defy the popular perception.

Jeep is aiming for a luxury off-road vehicle by the following year, and the developer is trying to boost sales of the Grand Wagoneer by grabbing the public’s attention with the model.

The developer had been working hard to offer luxury models before unveiling the concept. Judging by what the developers are doing so far, they are making good on their promises.

The new models, coming soon, include new technologies such as customizable ambient lighting, digital displays, a 23-speaker audio system and leather-trimmed interiors.

According to reliable sources, FCA has also applied for a patent for Wagoneer’s customer service. After purchasing a patented vehicle, the customer will be provided with vehicle owner support, vehicle maintenance, events and competitions, merchandise discounts, vehicle rental and other services.
Among them, there is another one very similar to the Lincoln brand, that is the claim.
But for now, it’s unclear what Jeep will do with it.

The new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, both of which will be available in 2021, feature a lightweight ARCHITECTURE with Ram 1500s and will likely have three engines available for customers to choose from: 3.6 liter Pentastar V6, 5.7 liter Hemi V8, and 3.0 liter EcoDiesel V6.