Jeep has confirmed that its new Grand Wagoneer SUV, on sale by 2018, will be a flagship model to rival Range Rovers and other high-end 4x4s.

Speaking to Autocar, Jeep global brand director Michael Manley said: “Part of my plan says there is space for us above the Grand Cherokee. I’ve always talked about Grand Wagoneer and that for me is a big focus and will fill out the brand at the top.”

Jeep first announced the return of the Grand Wagoneer nameplate in 2012 at the Geneva motor show, but its relationship to the Grand Cherokee, currently Jeep’s flagship, has not always been made clear.

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Jeep Confirms 2018 Grand Wagoneer Flagship Will Fight Upper Crust Range Rover And German SUVs

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