Such a Tease

Jeep continues Grand Wagoneer, Wagoneer teasers; see them all here

Jeep continues to tease the forthcoming revival of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer.

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The Jeep Wagoneer is on its way. The company, a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, continues to roll out photos and videos showcasing the model's badging, rotary dial, and more. Scroll down to see a collection of all the teaser photos and videos so far.

Remember to save the date. The full models will be revealed September 3.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 10

What it Means: A new teaser from Jeep simply states, "Grand" and the definition "magnificent or striking in appearance, size, or style". While AutomotiveMap is pretty sure that the teaser is for the return of the Wagoneer.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 14

What it Means: This picture marks the first time the public has gotten a glimpse at Wagoneer branding and badging. Truck companies are on a “made in America” kick lately with Ford putting the American flag on its new F-150 and Ram creating Built to Serve military-themed trucks. From 1963 to 1991, the Grand Wagoneer was mostly unchanged making it the third longest-produced single generation car in U.S. automotive history.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 14

What it Means: Here, Jeep is showing off the ignition button of the forthcoming Wagoneer. It appears as if the button on the bottom of the push-button start is for turning on/off the vehicle's engine start/stop functionality. The button is surrounded by a piano black bezel and sits inside a dashboard/center console that is complete with stitched leather upholstery and wood accents.

First Appeared: August 16

What it Means: Remember how great the Grand Wagoneer was? You don’t take a trip down memory lane with this video. Jeep is a brand steeped in history and the Grand Wagoneer is a big part of that. The model traces its roots back to 1946 when the Willy Jeep Station Wagon came on the scene. It was in 1963 that the Grand Wagoneer was brought to fruition, serving as a replacement for the wagon.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 21

What it Means: The Wagoneer has teeth? Though it’s likely that the model will have Jeep’s signature seven-slot grille, the version of it shown in this teaser is unique for a few reasons. First is the width of the slots and their composition - it’s similar to the Compass, but with vertical slats. There is a vertical stitched design element in the grille. Are those LEDs? Only time will tell.

Here we also see more of the Wagoneer badging, located at the lip of the hood, set in a dip in the hood. On many Jeep models, this is where “Jeep” badging resides, but there, it’s traditionally in upper- and lowercase script. Here it’s in all caps.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 21

What it Means: This high-end rotary dial shows off the supposed luxury-level interior that Jeep will have in the Wagoneer. This is very similar to the shifter shown in the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq. Here, the question is whether this is a shifter or a drive/terrain mode selector. Traditionally Jeeps have a more traditional stick shifter while leaving the dial for drive mode. FCA is a fan of rotary shifters, as seen in the Ram 1500 and Chrysler products. But, the Ram 1500 TRX has a stalk shifter so the tide may be in the favor of a drive mode selector here.

First Appeared: August 24

What it Means: This video shows off the shape of the Wagoneer and gives a hit about what to expect from its interior. It's clear that Jeep is expecting to have the model ascend into premium luxury territory.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 28

What it Means: This photo confirms what we all now. The Wagoneer is a three-row SUV. If you look closely, it appears that the photo shows seating for seven - two up front, two in the middle, and a bench across where a the third row would be. There's also a large glass roof and two-tone paint scheme with a black roof and A-pillar. The model is rather blunt at the back and truck-like at the front.

2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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First Appeared: August 28

What it Means: It's safe to say that the Easter egg shown in this photo gives a pretty good representation of the body style of the Wagoneer. There's also chrome/silver vents and natural wood shown, giving the interior a luxury level feel.

Stay tuned! We'll add more teaser photos as they are shown

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Dream job alert

You could become Dodge's Chief Donut Maker

You can apply to become a Dodge ambassador with some great perks.

Dodge

One lucky person is about to win the car enthusiast's job of a lifetime, though only for a year. Beginning today, Dodge is accepting applications for its new and temporary Chief Donut Maker

If the title alone isn't enough to make the job sound appealing, the benefits are seemingly endless. The lucky new Dodge "employee" will pick up a $150,000 salary, along with the opportunity to drive an SRT Hellcat company car for the year. Additionally, the winner will participate in all manner of racing and car-related events, take courses at Radford Racing School, and get a load of Dodge-branded clothing.

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If you're reading this and thinking it sounds like a blast - you're right. There's a catch, however, which comes in the form of an intense consideration process that culminates in a racing event with a pro driver on a closed course. A panel of judges will evaluate the video entries, and wrestler Bill Goldberg will oversee the race between the top ten finalists. Dodge says the series of eliminations will air like a reality TV show, with the winner being revealed in the final episode.

Today is the opening day of the application period. You have until February 28 to submit your short video, which can be a maximum of two minutes. Get busy making your video and head here to submit it before the deadline.

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The Grand Cherokee is now available with three rows.

Stellantis

The Grand Cherokee has always been the Jeep that could haul the family to the mall as easily as it could traverse serious off-road terrain. The design was starting to age, however, after ten years on the market without a major redesign. Jeep fixed that for the 2022 model year, and after a week behind the wheel, there are three things we think you should know about the new SUV.

It Comes in Two Formats

The three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee L debuted in 2021 as the first Grand Cherokee with more than two rows of seating. The standard Grand Cherokee followed it with many of the same features and upscale finishes, but in a more familiar two-row SUV format. The move to a two-body-style lineup for the Grand Cherokee does not mean there's less choice. The standard two-row model is offered in a staggering number of configurations, including a 4xe plug-in hybrid variant.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee The new Grand Cherokee ups the luxury considerably. Stellantis

It's Luxurious

Top Grand Cherokee trims have long been plusher and more luxurious than most people expect from a Jeep, and the new model takes things further down that road. Top trims feature luxurious materials such as quilted leathers and real wood trim, along with desirable and innovative electronics features. An optional passenger-side touchscreen offers climate controls and other functions to front-seat passengers, and Stellantis' UConnect infotainment software is among the easiest to use and most intuitive interfaces in the auto business.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee The Grand Cherokee can take its passengers far off the beaten path.Stellantis

It's Available with Three Strong Powertrains

The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6. A 5.7-liter Hemi V8 is available, and Jeep's excellent 4xe plug-in hybrid can be added to certain trims. The Wrangler was the first vehicle to use the system, which provides instant torque and excellent all-electric driving range. When the battery is depleted below a certain level, the vehicle then switches to operate as a normal hybrid.

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