And all of it left us guessing on whether this would be a production car or concept.
At long last we can show you all the photos, which bear some strong family resemblance to the Grand Cherokee, and answer at least one of our burning questions: It’s a concept. But it’s a really well defined concept, which usually means a production vehicle isn’t far behind. And, in fact, Jeep confirms both Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer will be built next year in Detroit as production models.
So, while we’re light on details and specs, we do know it will have an electrified powertrain, which Jeep clarifies to mean plug-in hybrid. We assume it will wear the new 4XE badge, which was also revealed today, and will likely get around 25 miles of all-electric range.
For more details, make sure you check out our story on the five most important things to know about the Grand Wagoneer Concept. And, until we know more, here are all the photos we were able to download off the Jeep media site. Enjoy — and let us know what you think. Does this live up to the hype, or is it a dud?