Wrangler: The midsize off-roader, which was redesigned for the 2018 model year, got its first plug-in hybrid option for the 2021 model year. The Wrangler 4xe has 21 miles of electric range.
The 2021 lineup also received a power boost with the Wrangler Rubicon 392, which is loaded with a V-8 engine. The next redesign isn't expected until around 2027.
Cherokee: A redesign could arrive in 2025, and production could shift to Mexico from Belvidere, Ill.
Electric crossover: Jeep will deliver its first battery-electric model in 2023.
Grand Cherokee: The redesigned two-row Grand Cherokee is expected to arrive before the end of the year, as is a plug-in hybrid 4xe version.
Grand Cherokee L: The Grand Cherokee L is built on a new architecture with independent front and rear suspensions. The refined interior was designed to be spacious, the automaker said, and the center stack houses a 10.1-inch screen to operate a new Uconnect 5 infotainment system. It stepped into the market this summer in Jeep's typical role as a premium option.
The base rear-wheel-drive model starts at $38,690, while the lowest 4x4 price point is $40,690. The top trim surpasses $66,000.
Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer: The upscale full-size SUVs should be hitting dealerships anytime now and will contend with models such as the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator. The vehicles give Jeep a mix of size, craftsmanship and technological prowess that it hasn't offered before.
The Wagoneer comes with a 5.7-liter V-8 engine, which features the next generation of Stellantis' 48-volt eTorque mild-hybrid system, rated at 392 hp and 404 pound-feet of torque. The Grand Wagoneer is loaded with a 6.4-liter V-8 engine that generates 471 hp and 455 pound-feet of torque. The vehicles can each tow up to 10,000 pounds.
Gladiator: A redesign for the midsize pickup could emerge around 2027 in unison with the next Wrangler.