This morning at the Houston Auto Show, Jeep unveiled this production-intent concept version of the Grand Cherokee. Further, Jeep has announced an online contest for consumers to name the new product-intent concept, and the person who chooses the winning name will have an opportunity to win a new '12 Grand Cherokee.
Jeep says the concept Grand Cherokee combines a variety of exterior design changes to create a unique model with an aggressve, chrome and "blacked-out" look. The vehicles's grille surround appears in black, and mesh grille texture in Platinum Chrome. A Platinum Chrome lower fascia applique' completes the unique front-end appearance. Black headlamp bezels and a black liftgate light bar continues the blacked-out theme throughout the vehicles's exterior. The 20-inch wheels are one-of-a-kind black-gloss aluminum.
Based on the Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo X package, the production-intent concept model includes leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, a nine-speaker, 506-watt amp sound system with subwoofer, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Chrysler Groups Uconnect hands-free communications system, and more than 50 advanced safety and security features.
The 4x4 vehicle you see here that was shown in Houston is painted Brilliant Black, and tomorrow at the Washington (D.C.) Auto Show Jeep will unveil a Deep Cherry Red 4x4 model.
Wanna win a Grand Cherokee?
Jeep has announced that the "Name My Ride" contest has begun today. Consumers now have the opportunity to name the Jeep Grand Cherokee concept vehicle. Simply go to www.jeep.com/namemyride or m.jeep.com/namemyride (mobile site) to submit your entry. The Jeep brand will compile entries and narrow them down to three favored choices. Consumers will then have the opportunity to vote online for the winning name, to be announced in May. The person who submits the chosen, official vehicle name will have a chance to win a new '12 Jeep Grand Cherokee. For more info and rules visit the Jeep website.