After years of teasing and speculation of the Jeep Wagoneer's return, it's finally official. The 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept has broken cover as the automaker's largest, most luxurious SUV.
The 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept takes on a predictably Jeeplike look with the brand's signature seven-slot grille and relatively rugged body lines. However, the Grand Wagoneer has a more upright approach with its glasshouse, as the D-Pillars are nearly straight up, creating a squarish backside. It also boasts loads of premium features, like obsidian black grille inserts and aluminum skid plate, an LED grille outline, 24-inch obsidian-finished wheels, raised aluminum "Grand Wagoneer" badges, full LED lighting, and much more.
Inside, the 2021 Grand Wagoneer Concept takes on a surprisingly production-ready look. This three-row cabin includes a classic-looking two-spoke steering wheel, a large center console, a flat dash top, sharp metallic trim, an onyx glass mid-bolster running the length of the instrument panel, 3D wood inlays, and more. As for tech, the Grand Wagoneer's cabin includes plenty of screens: a 12.3-inch driver information center, a 12.1-inch infotainment screen, a 10.25-inch climate control screen, a 10.25-inch passenger-side touchscreen, a rear 10.1-inch climate control touchscreen, and two rear 10.1-inch entertainment touchscreens. This loaded concept also boasts a McIntosh 23-speaker audio system.
There is little information on the 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer's powertrain other than it's a plug-in hybrid unit that'll deliver greater torque and responsiveness. Of course, four-wheel drive is included.
Jeep didn't mention what advanced safety gear the Grand Wagoneer Concept included. However, we expect it to at least have the basics, like standard automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, and blind-spot monitors.