Jeep has confirmed that the Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L, long-wheelbase versions of its luxury full-size vehicles based on Ram 1500 platforms, will start production later this year, with deliveries beginning within 2022.
The Grand Wagoneer L was shown at the New York Auto Show earlier this year. It includes a standard twin turbo Hurricane Six.
The company also noted that the Windsor (Ontario) Assembly Plant will “produce vehicles on STLA Large platform from 2024.”
Jeep also confirmed its already-unveiled battery-electric vehicle, which may or may not be sold in the United States as well as Europe. Motales notes in their overall rumor roundup:
Renegade is due to be replaced with a completely new vehicle around 2024. “The vehicle maybe to be known as Jeepster” will slot in underneath the Renegade in Europe and India; it’s around 16 inches shorter in length, runs a little Peugeot engine, the Peugeot BEV system, or a Peugeot hybrid powertrain, and may only have AWD in hybrid and/or BEV form. This vehicle will sit on Peugeot’s CMP, along with (we think) the future Fiat Panda and an Alfa Romeo whose name hasn’t been released yet.