The 86th Geneva Motor Show will be packed with 4x4 history this year as Jeep is hell-bent on linking its lineage with its modern products.
Specifically, three vintage models will be displayed next to the 75th Anniversary special edition line-up and the new limited edition Grand Cherokee SRT Night.
The truth is we've seen it in Los Angeles last year and the only change is the white paint. The car still features Matte Black front grille bezels, B & C pillars as well as side window surrounds, Satin Black badges and 20" alloys. Power-wise, it's packing 475 horses and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm), enough for a top speed of 257 km/h (160 mph).
Jeep's 75th Anniversary models are set apart by a new livery, 75th Anniversary badge, low gloss bronze-colored rims, bronze and orange-colored exterior inserts and exclusive interiors. Only 8,000 units will be produced for the entire EMEA region.
Furthermore, the company will be providing Geneva show goers with what they call a "Time Machine", enabling them to get close to iconic models with the help of the Oculus Technology.