From China came a series of spy photos featuring the updated Jeep Grand Commander. The 7-seater SUV will receive an aesthetic update very similar to what the Jeep Compass just underwent.
A new series of spy photos shows the first major update this model will receive soon for the Chinese market, where it is exclusively produced and sold.
These first images were published in the Chinese media. They render the front and rear of the refreshed Jeep Grand Commander, which will be unveiled as a 2022 model before the end of the year. At the back we find new optics.
The sample shown in the photos shows us a slightly modified version, which differs in various modifications, especially at the front. They are reminiscent of the updated Jeep Compass design first unveiled to the public during the 2020 Guangzhou Auto Show. Because the new features of Grand Commander are very similar to the lines that its compact sibling has just released.
Most of the changes are in the front end, where there are optics with a new internal distribution, a slightly retouched radiator grille. It will have different finishes depending on the version.
Finally, the bumper is very different, with two horizontal vents under the grille and license plate respectively, as well as new vents for the air intakes on the sides. There are not many changes at the rear, except for the new optics, which now look like a single horizontal element.
The Jeep Grand Commander was officially unveiled at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show, so it faces its fourth full year on the market in 2021. It is logical that he will survive the renewal. In addition to the appearance, the new Grand Commander will acquire modern equipment and a multimedia system.
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