Aussies Spot 2018 Grand Commander in Testing Down Under
Jeep’s 2018 Jeep Grand Commander was recently spotted in Australia, testing in camouflage garb as is standard with new models soon to be released. The Grand Commander was spotted near Alice Springs, Australia. Hot weather testing was likely being conducted, with the Australian Summer blazing strong at the moment.
The seven-seater is slated to come out later this year, with many of the same elements being used to build the Chinese-only Jeep Yuntu. The production model will have larger headlights and taillights, though. The Grand Commander may be coming with 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas engine, jus the same as the one which will be offered with the JL Wrangler.
The Jeep will debut in China this year before it is released globally, if at all. For more updates on the Grand Commander and all Jeep news, tune in here frequently. Don't forget to check out the patent images of the Commander here.