Nifty new screens (and other options) hit the 2022 Grand Cherokee L

It’s barely been launched, but already the Grand Cherokee L has been updated with three new colors (Ember, Hydro Blue, and Midnight Sky), gained new Limited Black and High Altitude packages, and added a 10.25-inch front passenger display and dual ten-inch rear seat entertainment with everyone’s favorite privacy eliminator, Amazon Fire TV.

The front interactive passenger screen allows a co-pilot to access the navigation and camera, or just watch TV; it’s standard on Summit Reserve, and optional on Limited, Overland, and Summit. A privacy screen prevents the driver from getting distracted by maps and movies.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L passenger side screen

The twin ten-inch high-definition rear-seat entertainment systems are optional on Limited, Overland, and Summit. Amazon Fire TV can use the in-vehicle WiFi hotspot, or phone hotspots. The system has 9 GB of storage per rear display (8 GB of which can store videos). The remotes use Alexa voice commands. Front and rear passenger screens also have HDMI input.

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The Limited Black and Summit High Altitude include gloss black wheels (20 inches on Limited, 21 on Summit), gloss black accents outside, roof rails, and a unique seven-slot grille (late production).

The new Ember and Midnight Sky colors are available on Limited and up; Hydro Blue is on Overland and up. Ordering is open now.

We have inquired about getting a photo of the new 10.25 inch passenger display

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