An attendee at a recent dealer meeting appears to have revealed the first public look at Jeep’s upcoming Grand Wagoneer as well as confirmed how closely a redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler will stick to the off-roader’s current styling.
A poster showing the lighting signatures from Jeep shows five vehicles in the future lineup, including a Grand Wagoneer that is decidedly taller and wider than the current Grand Cherokee. The Compass, which will have its official North American reveal next month in Los Angeles, does not appear on the poster.
The vehicle believed to be the Grand Wagoneer shows seven LEDs per headlight on either side of a widened seven-slot chromed grille that emulates the current Grand Cherokee front clip, albeit with a more aggressive look. LED lighting is also used on the lower fog lights, located above what appear to be twin sensor or camera arrays.
In the rear image, each horizontal tail light array also carries seven LEDs across a widened tailgate, above the Grand Wagoneer’s twin exhaust ports.