Published by Chinese websites autohome.com.cn and carnewschina.com, the Grand Commander incorporates styling from the Compass as well as the concept Yuntu shown in Shanghai last year, and according to the site, measures 4 873 mm in overall length with a wheelbase of 2 800 mm, height of 1 738 mm and width of 1 892 mm.
For China, the Grand Commander will come powered by the same 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine as the Wrangler and Cherokee, but in two states of tune with either 172 kW or 200 kW. While not directly attributed to which model, fuel consumption is said to be 8.3 L/100 km.
As indicated by the images, the Grand Commander will be offered in Longitude and Limited trim levels, with anticipated pricing from 250 000 yuan (R478 164). It however remains to be seen whether it will be offered in other markets including the United States, where it will replace the Grand Cherokee as the flagship Jeep model.