Saturday, 1 October 2016
PARIS - Jeep to have a full on activity stand at this years Paris Motor Show.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk
The Jeep brand introduced the “Trailhawk” name on the Grand Cherokee concept vehicle that first appeared at the 2012 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. The idea was to deliver a unique and more rugged appearance, with a host of functional features that resulted in an increased level of off-road 4x4 capability. The “Trailhawk” name officially moved to production with the introduction of the all-new Jeep Cherokee in 2013, as the most capable version of the new mid-size Jeep SUV, and continued with the Renegade, the small SUV launched in 2014. Today, the Trailhawk name completes the Grand Cherokee lineup adding a sixth model to the Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit and SRT trim levels available in the Grand Cherokee range.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit
The Summit trim level represents the top of the range model and offers the highest level of sophistication featuring a new look with an updated front fascia, grille and LED fog lamps, and new 20-inch polished 5 spoke aluminium wheels.
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT
For 2017, the Grand Cherokee SRT model features a new aggressive front fascia with functional air intakes, incorporating an upper and lower slot which provides air to the cooling module and brakes, fog lamps and grille.
Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk
Based on the Trailhawk trim, the new Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk limited-edition model was inspired by one of the most extreme locations where the legendary off-road capability of Jeep vehicles as well as the freedom of going beyond the known limits to venture into unexplored territories that is in the brand’s DNA are expressed at their best.
1.6-litre Multijet II engine with Dual Dry-Clutch six-speed automatic transmission (DDCT)
In Paris, the Renegade powertrain offer will be further extended thanks to the introduction of the Dual Dry-Clutch six-speed automatic transmission (DDCT) on the efficient 1.6-litre Multjet II engine with Stop&Start. The new engine-transmission combination will be available only on Renegade models featuring the front-wheel-drive configuration starting end of November across Europe.
Jeep Cherokee Night Eagle II special-edition model
Designed to enhance the already bold design of Jeep Cherokee, the 'Night Eagle II' special-edition model will be based on the Limited trim level, and will feature a special aesthetic treatment with black styling cues to enhance the aggressive look and sporty character of the Jeep mid-size SUV. Building on the commercial success of the Night Eagle special edition presented exactly one year ago at Frankfurt Motor Show, the new Night Eagle II limited-edition model reasserts Cherokee’s audacious personality and unique flair for customization through a distinctive style conveyed by several dark design elements and glossy black accents on the exterior. These include the front 'Jeep' badge, Black DLO, grille surrounds and front fascia applique, Black Gloss roof bars, 18” painted wheel with Gloss Black finish and Black 'Jeep' and '4x4' badges. The exterior is completed by a dedicated Night Eagle badge. In the cabin, the comprehensive standard equipment available includes Black interiors, premium Nappa Leather-trimmed heated and ventilated bucket seats, eight-way power driver seat with four-way power driver lumbar adjust, 7-inch full-color, TFT reconfigurable instrument cluster, Uconnect radio with navigation and 8.4-inch touchscreen, 506-watt Alpine audio with nine speakers and subwoofer and two-zone climate control system.
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon upgraded with MoparONE pack
The Moparized Jeep Wrangler showcased in Paris is based on the Rubicon trim level – the most extreme and capable off-road vehicle in the Wrangler range and boasts Hyper Green exterior and Black leather interior.