The SUV is expected to debut at the 2018 Beijing auto show in April 2018.

Pictures have surfaced of Jeep’s New Seven-Seat SUV for China, the Grand Commander. The car will debut at the 2018 Beijing auto show in April, and was previewed as the Yuntu Concept at last year’s 2017 Shanghai motor show. 

The Grand Commander will come in two trims – Longitude and Limited. It will offer front-wheel- and four-wheel- drive options. The Yuntu Concept was a six-seater, however, the production-spec version of this SUV will be a seven-seater.

The Wrangler’s 2.0-litre four-cylinder, turbo-petrol mill, which puts out 270hp and 400Nm, will power this car. We don’t know yet whether Jeep is bringing the Grand Commander to India.

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