Jeep has released images of the seven-seat Grand Commander SUV, carving out a niche above the Grand Cherokee in size.
But don't expect to see it at U.S. dealerships. For now, it will be a China-only nameplate.
The Grand Commander is to be revealed in April at the Beijing auto show and enter production this year.
It is expected to be powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four. As the engine, wheelbase and generous front and rear overhangs suggest, the Grand Commander will be more about command of traffic jams than trails — recreational off-roading is not very popular in China.