Roughly a month after the Jeep Grand Commander premiered in China, the automaker has finally revealed the vehicle’s spacious interior.
Designed to comfortably seat seven-passengers across its three rows, the Grand Commander will soon be the largest Jeep model on offer in China. Fittingly, Jeep has ensured that the cabin is full of all the technology and luxuries which Chinese customers demand.
These initial pictures show the vehicle’s cabin with a two-tone leather design, where the upper half of the dashboard and door panels are bathed in dark brown leather. As for the rest of the interior, it features lightly-colored leather.
Elsewhere, we can see that the Grand Commander has a large touchscreen infotainment system and an instrument cluster with dials illuminated in blue.
Jeep first previewed the Grand Commander with the Yuntu concept from early 2017. The exterior design is typical Jeep and includes squared-off wheel arches, familiar headlights, a chrome front grille, and dual tailpipes. For the most part, it looks exactly as you’d expect a large Jeep model to look.
While the Grand Commander appears to have the right stuff to prove popular in the United States, it actually won’t make it stateside. Instead, U.S. buyers will have to wait until the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer arrive if they want a seven-seat Jeep.