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The all-new Jeep Wrangler was 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 was joined on the stand by the 1941 Willys-Overland MB, the vehicle which is universally acknowledged as the first Jeep and the model which 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.

The Jeep brand also introduced in Geneva the Jeep Compass Night Eagle – the new special-edition model introduces Gloss Black accents and exterior finishes that provide a more aggressive flair and sporty appeal to the sophisticated design of the compact Jeep SUV. The new special-edition completes the Night Eagle special series line-up, which over the past three years has been successfully offered in Europe on Renegade, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler.

The most recent product arrivals and additions to the European range were also on display, including the 2018 model year Renegade, now more connected and functional than ever, thanks to an upgraded infotainment system offering the choice of 5-inch, 7-inch or 8.4-inch screens, new navigation, entertainment and hands-free communication features, and new contents designed to enhance both the driving experience and passengers' onboard comfort. The top-of-the-range Limited trim on display on the Jeep stand, boasts a Carbon Black exterior with a new Polar Plunge interior and is powered by a 170 hp 1.4-litre MultiAir2 engine.

The new Grand Cherokee S – the exclusive sports-inspired special-edition model which adds a new sporty appeal to the world's most awarded SUV – will also be on the Jeep stand in Geneva. It will feature a 250 hp 3.0-litre Multijet II diesel engine and a Bright White Clear Coat exterior, which is complemented by a black Nappa leather and suede interior.

Completing the Jeep display in Geneva were four vehicles featuring Mopar accessories – the Official Service Partner responsible for the Jeep brand after-sales assistance and customer services. These are the new Jeep Wrangler Sahara (five-door configuration) which is sporting a special customization that enhances its off-road performance, a Jeep Renegade Longitude featuring a Hyper Green exterior, a Jeep Compass Trailhawk with Spitfire Orange exterior and a Grand Cherokee Trailhawk with Rhino livery.
Date posted: 12th, March, 2018