2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Rendering jeepcarus.com We can see what the next-generation Grand Cherokee will look like by delving into a rendering taken from Kolesa, which strips the camouflage off the design. We can expect to see a naturally aspirated petrol V6 paired with a plug-in hybrid and three different 4×4 systems. We also expect to see a more rugged and well-rounded design than the current Grand Cherokee.
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Rendering
3.6-litre naturally aspirated petrol V6
If you’re in the market for a new SUV, you’ve probably heard of the upcoming fifth-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. The SUV will ride on the stretched FCA Giorgio platform, which is also used by the Alfa Romeo Stelvio crossover. This year’s Grand Cherokee looks a lot like the concept Grand Wagoneer.
It features a new headlight design, a sleek seven-slot grille and large air intakes. The Jeep Grand Cherokee’s rear end will be shaped similarly, with new taillights and a wraparound taillight.
The 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 engine comes standard in the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It produces 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and is capable of towing up to 6,200 pounds. The engine has a long history of being the workhorse of the Jeep range.
It has won the North American Championship in Off-Road Truck Pulling and Cross-Country Racing and has earned seven prestigious awards for its outstanding fuel efficiency.
The 3.6-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine in the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s L model is a hybrid. Its hybrid powertrain can be upgraded to a plug-in hybrid version. The hybrid drivetrain will allow the SUV to reach 50:50 weight distribution, making it a true all-terrain vehicle. However, it is still best to consult a specialist about a hybrid powertrain before making a decision.
The 3.6-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine in the Jeep Grand Cherokee is more powerful than the diesel engine. But it still has to be said that the diesel engine in the Grand Cherokee has the same power output as the Pentastar, and the SUV is more expensive.
The SUV’s interior is more attractive, and it has a long list of standard equipment. The new Grand Cherokee should arrive in the market soon, though Jeep has yet to give its customers a compelling reason to ditch the diesel engines.
Grand Cherokee Rendering – Plug-in hybrid
The new Plug-in hybrid Jeep Grand Cherokee is an impressive car for two reasons. First, it’s fuel efficient and can travel up to 40 miles on battery power. Second, it can run on gas for up to 10 miles. Third, it can operate in “eSave” mode and is ready to charge up anytime. Depending on your driving needs, you can use one mode or the other to save money. In the end, whichever you choose, you’ll be happy with your new vehicle.
The plug-in hybrid powertrain is currently available in the Jeep Wrangler 4xe. It will become standard on the Grand Cherokee sometime in 2022. Although the Grand Cherokee is the most popular Jeep in the world, there are a few key differences between it and other hybrids. The Jeep Grand Cherokee’s plug-in hybrid will offer short-range zero-emission travel while also lowering the average corporate fuel economy.
The price of a plug-in hybrid version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee is significantly higher than its conventional counterpart. It starts at $40,120 (the base price of the regular Grand Cherokee) – nearly 50% more. The plug-in version of the Grand Cherokee 4xe, which is equivalent to the mid-level Limited trim with standard four-wheel drive, costs an additional $11,000 over the V6 Limited 4×4.
A few of the other features of the plug-in hybrid Jeep Grand Cherokee are standard. It comes with a wallbox to charge its battery at home, as well as four years of roadside assistance. It comes with 21-inch polished alloy wheels, six exterior paint options, a black roof and Palermo leather interior.
It has a memory function for the driver’s seat and other key features. If you’re unsure whether the Jeep Grand Cherokee plug-in hybrid is for you, it can be a great option.
Cherokee Rendering – Rear-wheel drive
A new generation of the Jeep Grand Cherokee will be unveiled in the second half of next year. The current generation of the Grand Cherokee is in its tenth year and it has a strong history as a car that never goes out of style. Its timeless styling, well-rounded on-road manners, and real-deal off-road ability have kept it competitive for decades.
But unlike the latest models, the Grand Cherokee hasn’t received major updates in the last two years. Let’s take a look at what’s in store for the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The new generation Grand Cherokee L features a car-molded plastic dead pedal and a wireless device storage bin integrated into the side door. It also features a second-row seat that reclines 18 degrees, delivering increased rear cargo volume behind the second row. It also offers a flat load floor and 50/50 split third-row seats. And the new Grand Cherokee will come with a two-row option.
In addition to the new rear-wheel drive configuration, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L will feature the first production model with a digital rearview mirror. The system uses a camera to project an unobstructed image into the rearview mirror. It reverts to a reflective mirror when needed. The system is standard on the Limited model, but is also available in the Overland and Summit trim levels. It will give you a clear view of the rear-seat occupants and enhance safety and security.
As with other models, the new Grand Cherokee uses a new electric power steering system. It has been calibrated to give superior steering feel while using less energy. It works with an adaptive engine control unit that monitors steering speed, wheel angle, and vehicle speed.
This system will also adjust steering assistance levels based on the driver’s preferences. By incorporating this technology, the Grand Cherokee will provide better maneuverability and optimum on-center stability in all conditions.
2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee – Three 4×4 systems
The Jeep Grand Cherokee offers three 4×4 systems. The first system, Quadra-Trac I, redirects torque between the front and rear axles. The next system, Quadra-Trac II, uses a two-speed active transfer case to distribute torque between the front and rear axles. Both systems have the same gear ratio, but the latter lacks the Quadra-Drive II locking rear differential.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee L has Selec-Terrain traction management, a class-leading system that electronically coordinates six different powertrains for maximum off-road and on-road driveability. Its five settings help adjust steering, throttle control, and the transmission shift points to enhance the vehicle’s handling and performance. Moreover, this system has a braking system, which is able to detect low-traction situations and automatically revert to the lowest setting when needed.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee L also comes with a Quadra-Lift air suspension system. It is a great option for serious off-roading while enjoying the ride. It also improves lateral stiffness by 125 percent. The optional air suspension is an added convenience, as it can adjust ride height in just a few seconds. And, of course, the Jeep Grand Cherokee L is quiet and convenient.
A new center console adds to the comfort of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. It has an all-new drive control center with a backlit metal rotary shifter with haptic feedback. It features a rotary shifter flanked by Selec-Terrain and ride height switches. It also adds new and streamlined cup holders and wireless phone chargers. You’ll be able to reach the back of the Jeep Grand Cherokee even in the dark.
Rendering – Seating options
Compared to other SUVs, the Grand Cherokee is surprisingly spacious inside. Its seating options are plentiful, including power-adjustable front seats, heated seats, and heated steering wheel. The interior design is sophisticated, with a curved instrument panel and leather upholstery.
For a more luxurious experience, you can select Summit Reserve, which offers cooled front seats and massaging second-row seats, as well as a McIntosh sound system.
Seating options for Jeep Grand Cherokee 2021 vary depending on the trim level. The L model is the only Jeep that offers seven seats. The seven-seat Grand Wagoneer, on the other hand, has a third row that can accommodate eight passengers.
If you’re interested in purchasing a Grand Cherokee, don’t hesitate to ask about the 2021 L model. Its interior can be configured for seven or six passengers, depending on how many passengers you’ll be transporting.
The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee seats five people standard. The cabin is spacious and offers excellent comfort for all passengers. It’s a great choice for a small family. However, if you’re planning to travel with several passengers, the VW Atlas Cross Sport and Ford Edge may be better choices.
The Grand Cherokee’s rear seats offer decent legroom, but they’re not class-leading. And if you’re a parent looking for a reliable vehicle with plenty of options, the Grand Cherokee is definitely worth considering.
The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L has three rows of seats. It can comfortably accommodate seven passengers, and each passenger has at least 30 inches of legroom. If you buy this version, you can expect to have a lot of legroom, which is an advantage when you’re carrying young children or a large group of people. The 2021 Grand Cherokee L also has good headroom, and legroom in all three rows.