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Sneak a Peek at the New Jeep Grand Wagoneer, Next-Gen Wrangler

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1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The future Jeep Grand Wagoneer was just leaked (Pictured: 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer)

Well, there’s one thing that is certain in the automotive industry—even the best-kept secrets will eventually get leaked. That’s exactly what happened at a recent Fiat-Chrysler dealer meeting. An attendee at this meeting was just so excited about the future Jeep Grand Wagoneer and next-generation Jeep Wrangler—which is also influencing the design of a Jeep pickup truck—that he or she decided to share the posters with the public.

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The leak is technically a set of pictures of a poster that shows the lighting signatures of Jeep. It shows five vehicles in the brand’s future lineup—including the Grand Wagoneer. This comeback model appears to be taller and wider than the current Grand Cherokee, which fits well with the rumors previously surrounding the model. Along with this tall, wide silhouette, the model also has a widened seven-slot chrome grille that is similar to the Grand Cherokee. It is slightly more aggressive, though—and the rear end is the perfect combination of rugged and high-class.

The seven LEDs that the Grand Wagoneer uses as brake lights add a nice touch of modern to it, too. Hopefully, inside it’s worthy of the potential $140,000 price tag.

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As for the next-generation Jeep Wrangler, it doesn’t look like there have been many exterior style changes, which is probably a good thing. After all, why mess with a good thing? The only big change is a tweaked tailgate that looks a bit more like the Jeep Renegade’s modern style.

It looks like the one secret that has stayed hush-hush in the leak, though, is the look of the brand-new compact Jeep model that will replace the Patriot and the Compass. Apparently, we have to wait until it has its official North American reveal next month in Los Angeles.

News Source: Automotive News (subscription required)