The car will feature three rows and will be sold in two trims – Longitude and Limited. You will also get to pick between front-wheel- and four-wheel-drive options. The Yuntu Concept was a six-seater but the production-spec Grand Commander will be a proper seven-seater.
The Wrangler’s 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbo-petrol mill will power this car and it makes 270hp and 400Nm in the Grand Commander. For now, there’s no information on whether Jeep will bring the Grand Commander to India.