- Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
I think some clever wood grain cladding or two tone colouring under the clear coat, might not look bad. Maybe a deep burnt orange or dark tan(from the Chrysler color chart).No wood panelling?
That interior is very Range Rover-esque. I wouldn't necessarily call the exterior ugly either.
Fun fact, a good friend of mine and the aero lead on my FSAE team was in charge of the aero for the Wagoneer and its variants. He's been giving us progress updates since the scale/CAD model phase like two years ago. All you Motown Michiganders can take comfort in the fact that this truck's aero was designed by an Ohio State graduate
Speaking of which, these photos never actually were the Grand Wagoneer. This is definitely the Grand Cherokee L - shoter front overhang than the Wagoneer, longer door-to-arch distance, rearward sloped roof. I guess we all assumed it was the Wagoneer instead.
I don't know how I just saw this but damn lol. Can't argue with you. Were you on a team between 2014-2017?So this Jeep's aerodynamics reflect that experience? Decent design theory but actually middling results?
I'm not entirely sure if this thread is meant for more than just the new Grand Wagoneer, but the new three row Grand Cherokee L was announced today.
It's quite a bit bigger than the Cherokee. It slots in between a Tahoe and Suburban in length. It also doesn't have a unibody like the Grand Cherokee, it's got a ladder frame like its truck-based competition.Not bad looking, but too similar to the Grand Cherokee L. I was hoping Jeep's most expensive SUV would be more bespoke.