The all-new Jeep Grand Commander was a joint project featuring the Jeep design studios in Auburn Hills (US) and Shanghai (China). The design team took inspiration from architecture in central business districts around the world, to produce an exterior design that projects a “high-tech” image with dynamic presence, catching the eye and ensuring occupants arrive in style.
The model features the Jeep brand’s signature seven-slot grille. An elegant multilayered grille ring assembly leverages platinum chrome and silver metallic finish to contrast with the piano black grille shield. Standard for all models in the series are all-LED reflector headlights, delivering premium lighting, as well as LED taillights surrounded with platinum chrome decorative trim.
Large side windows and a dual pane sunroof allow plenty of natural light inside the vehicle to further enhance the spacious feel.
The raked front windshield reinforces the model’s urban look while improving aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. The strong rear stance provides a comfortable interior space for third-row passengers, and ensures adequate luggage capacity. The third row offers class-leading visibility and comfort, thanks to a large side-glass opening, flat floor, 37-degree adjustable seatback recline and the best ingress/egress capability of its class.
The interior of the Grand Commander reflects true Jeep DNA combined with carefully crafted design elements to meet the style demands of the Chinese market. The upper and lower instrument panel are divided by a mid-section offering real wood and metal appliques, which are laid on top of the soft premium wrapping, completed with accent stitching. The combination creates a refined overall interior for both driver and passenger.