Today we are blessed to show you the future of Jeep. Not only is the Grand Wagoneer making a grand return, the Wrangler 4xE will bring carbon-neutral fun to off-road adventures. Take this with a grain of salt, as the former is being displayed in concept form, but it looks production-ready to us.

What began in 1962, the Grand Wagoneer was the first 4WD family SUV to offer an automatic transmission. The 1984 model arrived with plush amenities and a rugged 5.8-liter V8 that would run reliably for 3 decades. Aiming directly at Lincoln and Cadillac, this concept has bi-functional LED headlights that are cradled by teakwood. The 7-slot grille evokes fond memories, and the obsidian black finish is anodized to match the dark features of the interior.

Inside there is a few acres of leather with seating for 7. The full length glass roof makes for incredible views for the passengers, possible tearing them away from their electronic distractions. Machined aluminum and wood are pleasing to the touch, so we hope these small details make it to production. Dinamica suede covers the pillars and headliner, while almost 45" of display screens span across the dash.

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McIntosh Audio features 23 speakers and a 24-channel amp, and the cabin has several layers of acoustic and thermal insulation. Since this is a concept, no engine specs were disclosed. They are waiting on Jeep faithful to demand production, so click the button below to find our dealer near you and tell them you want a 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer. We will have more details as they become available so stay with us for all your Jeep news.