Jeep is finally set to sell the Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer in the second quarter; based on the Ram, as the original Wagoneer was created with the Gladiator pickup, it should set new standards of luxury for Jeep, while, hopefully, maintaining strong off-road capability and durability. Jeep is also getting a brand new Grand Cherokee late in the year, with a three-row version (yet to be named) to be sold early in the year.
Dodge will sell its Durango SRT Hellcat and Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye; the Durango may be one of the last on its modified-WK2 platform (indeed, it may simply be one of the last Durangos, though it seems likely the name will move to something else).
Not surprisingly, Chrysler has nothing new; but Alfa Romeo is getting the Tonale plug-in hybrid compact crossover, roughly Compass-sized. Maserati is getting two cars, the MC20 sports car originally created for Alfa Romeo, and the Grecale crossover.
Bad news for the Mopar world comes in two forms. One is a new 2022 Toyota Tundra set to be released in 2021; it will be the first new full-size pickup from Toyota since 2007. The other is Ford’s Bronco series, to be released in the summer, which is aimed straight at Jeep Wrangler, Compass, and Cherokee. A Mustang Mach 1 might or might not present the Challenger Hellcat with some competition, and a Silverado refresh may or may not divert customers from Rams.