The Jeep brand had three major
premieres at the annual Geneva International Motor Show. The new Wrangler and
Cherokee took the spotlight, making their EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa)
debuts, while the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is on display for the first time at
a motor show in Europe.
The all-new Jeep Wrangler is
the star of the Jeep stand in Geneva. Now in its fourth generation, the iconic
Jeep retains legendary 4x4 capabilities and the DNA of the iconic original,
while adding new, advanced engines, more open-air driving options and a host of
advanced technology features for added safety and connectivity. To enhance its
iconic heritage, the all-new Wrangler will be joined on the stand by the 1941
Willys-Overland MB, the vehicle that is universally acknowledged as the first
Jeep and the model that established the legend of the American brand.
The new Jeep Cherokee also
made its regional debut in Geneva with a new, premium design, which stays true
to the Jeep DNA while introducing new technological contents and advanced
engine options. Displayed for the first time in Europe, the Jeep Grand Cherokee
Trackhawk — the most powerful and quickest Jeep SUV ever — is powered by the
supercharged 6.2-litre V-8 engine delivering 700 hp and 868 Nm of torque.
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