The luxury pedigree of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer is well known.
But designers of the latest model had to ensure it wasn't beholden to the past as they reimagined the upscale utility for the 21st century.
The Grand Wagoneer emerged in 1984 as a pioneering premium SUV with a slew of standard features such as leather upholstery, air conditioning, AM/FM/CB stereo radios and wood-grain exterior trim. The wood-grain doors are gone, but the spirit of innovation continues in the Grand Wagoneer concept.
That's evident in what would be the industry's first passenger infotainment screen in an SUV. The 10.25-inch screen, which is shielded from the driver by a privacy film on the glass, allows a passenger to watch movies in addition to sending destinations to the driver.