What’s if an all-wheel drive, the off-roading vehicle gets stuck in the mud, what do you expect? Of course, that it will make out on its own, right?
However, this wasn’t the case with the camouflaged Jeep Wagoneer that was being tested by the company’s engineers. When pulling on the roadside, the driver wasn’t able to judge the wet mud and it got stuck. The Jeep driver didn’t try hard enough because it may have lost the vehicle to the side small pool as the mud would have drunk it in.
Well, the spied shots had the 2020 Jeep Wagoneer covered completely, but it can’t stop enthusiasts from taking a sneak peek. The interior pics that leaked showed a vertical screen in the center of the dashboard. As the Wagoneer was to be based on the Ram 1500, we expect it to be a 12-inch one and having the Uconnect interface, same as in Ram 1500.
The Wagoneer will also sport three rows, but it’s going to be the larger of the two with a more usable third row and cargo space. And even though the Wagoneer is going to have an independent rear suspension (shown again up close in this set of spy photos), it’ll be much more truck-like than the car-based platform the next Grand Cherokee is expected to ride on.