Jeep has announced pricing for the Grand Commander, their new seven-seat flagship for the Chinese car market. The Grand Commander will launch in April with a price ranging from 239.900 to 330.800 yuan ($38.120 – 52.580).
The Jeep Grand Commander is a seven-seat SUV for China
Leaked official images of the new 2018 Jeep Grand Commander, a big seven-seat SUV for the Chinese car market. It is the production version of the Jeep Yuntu Concept. The Jeep Grand Commander will have its public debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April.
Jeep Grand Commander is a China-only seven-seat SUV
This is the brand new 2018 Jeep Grand Commander, a big seven-seat SUV for the Chinese car market. It is the production version of the Jeep Yuntu Concept. The Grand Commander will have its public debut in April on the Beijing Auto Show.
Jeep Launches Seven Seat SUV For China
This is the 2018 Jeep Grand Commander, a large seven-seat SUV for the Chinese car market. It is the production version of the Jeep Yuntu Concept. The Grand Commander will debut next April on the Beijing Auto Show.
The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler has been spied in China, carrying light camouflage and a chrome-less grille and bumper. China is one of the largest markets worldwide for the Wrangler, so it makes a lot of sense that Jeep is testing it here.
This is the brand new Jeep Yuntu concept car, launched today on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, fitted with rather small grille and sleek lights. The Yuntu is a full size bigger than the Grand Cherokee and comes with three rows but only six seats.
Jeep has released two more images of their new concept car for the Shanghai Auto Show. They furthermore unveiled the Chinese name of the vehicle: Yuntu (云图). Literally that means cloud map, and it also was the Chinese name of the 2012 film Cloud Atlas. The Yuntu previews a new seven-seat SUV especially designed for China, it will be manufactured locally at the Guangzhou-Fiat joint venture.
Jeep has released two teasers for a new concept car that will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in China. Jeep says it is a “new energy vehicle” (NEV), a Chinese classification that includes EVs and PHEVs. The concept seems about the size of the Grand Cherokee with a steeply angled windscreen, ultra wide wheel arches, and an all-new D-pillar design.
This little white wonder is the new Shaolin LeTu K2, a low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) that I met on the 2017 Jinan EV Show. It is a two-door four-seat hatchback with a Jeep-like nose. It also has big black bumpers, black rails to the roof, super sized windows, and wheels all the way on the corners.
Four long years ago I posted a post about an interesting project where a small Chinese car shop was turning a Jeep Patriot SUV into a parade car. There wasn’t much progress for a while and eventually I forgot about the whole thing. Until today. Coincidentally I found a flock of new pics of the project, showing that they did indeed finish the car.