But it's going to carry a price tag to match.
To say that the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer SUV models have been in the pipeline for a long time would be an understatement; it was way back in January, 2011 that FCA first announced the new full-size utility vehicles. Now, with the arrival of the latest Ram 1500 two years ago, FCA finally has a full-frame platform worthy of underpinning what will undoubtedly be Jeep's priciest SUVs.
Now, the pair are shaping up to be full-blown luxury vehicles on par with Ford and GM's most opulent full-size SUV offerings, with more technology and premium materials than have ever been fitted to a volume production FCA product.
Perhaps most intriguing of all, however, is a plug-in-hybrid powertrain reportedly in the works for the Grand Wagoneer, affording the full-size utility vehicle about 30 miles of pure-electric range and earning it the same "4xe" nameplate as the upcoming Wrangler plug-in.
Of course, being on the cutting-edge doesn't come cheap, and the more expensive trim levels of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer could easily eclipse $100,000 with options - maybe more. That's a lot of coin, but given the Jeep brand's burgeoning popularity, we don't doubt that a certain sort of customer would be happy to pay it.