The Grand Cherokee S is based on the Limited trim level and will feature a Bright White exterior and a black leather interior. Also included are the Low Gloss Granite Crystal finishes, SRT-style performance hood, 20-inch alloys and a cabin with black ventilated leather-wrapped perforated front seats, Alpine sound system, 8.4-inch infotainment system among others.
It is powered by a 3.0-litre V6 diesel unit that produces 250 PS. The introduction of the new S Limited special edition also marks the market launch of the new Grand Cherokee. It gets an updated interior, more tech and is available with three new exterior paint colors, Slate Blue, Green Metallic and Sting Grey.
The centerpiece of the Jeep stand at the Geneva Motor Show will be a Mopar-tuned version of the all-new Wrangler in Rubicon variant that is 100% street legal. It will also have a 2-inch suspension lift kit, snorkel, rock rails, black door sill guards, black fuel door, all-weather mats, matte black seven-slot grille, molded splash guards, plus off-road lights and mirror caps. It will be displayed alongside a Wrangler Sahara with an urban customization theme and an Ocean Blue paint job. Both Wranglers will be powered by the new 2.0-litre petrol unit that develops 272 PS.
Mopar has tuned some of the other SUVs from Jeep’s stable including a Jeep Renegade, which sports an all-new Bikini-colored exterior to go with its Polar Plunge leather interior. It also gets special “urban” customization, which includes a rear scuff plate, front dam, unique side moldings and door sill guards with the Jeep logo, all finished in Sunshine Grey, the same color found on the mirror caps and front grille.