The Yuntu concept will officially make its debut this week at the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show, but Jeep has unveiled images of this futuristic concept SUV aimed at the Chinese market. That said, it is possible this concept could also be sold in the U.S. (possible under the Chrysler badge).
These first images come with very few details, but it’s clear this SUV blends classic Jeep styling (7-slot grille) with a more futuristic Grand Cherokee/Cherokee layout with slim LED headlights, oversized windows and flush-mounted door handles. The concept also appears to have suicide doors and a panoramic glass roof, which interestingly echoes the recent Safari concept Wrangler unveiled last week at the 2017 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.
The cabin gets more modern features, such as a digital instrument cluster and infotainment system. It appears everyone gets their own screen (even the front passenger), though the rear passengers get two screens, with one in the headrests and the other in the seats. The center console stretches from the front seat back to the rear, and there’s third-row seating in back of the SUV as well. More details are likely to come in the next few days, but this first sneak peek offers a closer look at this unique concept.
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