The Jeep Grand Cherokee will be going through its next full redesign for the 2022 model year. Although full official information has yet to be released, Stellantis (formerly FCA) says the Grand Cherokee will be built at its Jefferson North Assembly Plant and Mack Avenue Engine Complex in Michigan.
A three-row variant has officially been confirmed and will begin hitting dealerships as a 2021 model. Dubbed the Jeep Grand Cherokee L, the SUV went on sale in the second quarter of 2021 and is being sold alongside the current Grand Cherokee. The redesigned Grand Cherokee is set to debut in late 2021.
The most recent update is the revelation that the Grand Cherokee will get a plug-in model called the 4xe. Although we don't have specs just yet, the decision is noteworthy because Jeep already offers a plug-in hybrid version of the Wrangler Unlimited and is expected to introduce a Gladiator PHEV.
In terms of specifications, we don't know much about the new Grand Cherokee at this time. It's unclear whether or not the current V6 and V8 gasoline engines will be receiving any updates. Jeep will officially unveil the next-gen Grand Cherokee at the 2021 New York Auto Show in late August.
This page will be updated as information becomes available.
Pictured: 2022 Grand Cherokee 4xe