A look into the new 2020 Jeep Wagoneer…

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A look into the new 2020 Jeep Wagoneer…
The return of the full-size Jeep 4x4!

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While everyone has spent time checking out the all-new 2019 Ram 1500 (DT), many people were overlooking the fact that this is the first time the public is seeing what lies underneath the upcoming 2020 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer (WS) models.

For those who don’t know, the new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer models are the upcoming full-size body-on-frame (BoF) SUVs which will be based on the all-new 2019 Ram 1500 platform...


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I'm excited for this unit - I'm curious if 8 passenger seating will be the maximum, or if there would be a 9 passenger variant to compete with Suburban. Mind you it seems as though the Wagoneers will be lux-only, so a bench seat up front seems like a pipe-dream to me.
 

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GME T6 will be a great engine. It will slowly phase out the car version of the 5.7L while the HELLCAT and new 426 HEMI stay. But the key to the GME T6 is in these SUVs. WL will debut around the same time as the 2020 WS twins. All will have the engine as an option so it will be interesting to see how they perform.
 

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GME T6 will be a great engine. It will slowly phase out the car version of the 5.7L while the HELLCAT and new 426 HEMI stay. But the key to the GME T6 is in these SUVs. WL will debut around the same time as the 2020 WS twins. All will have the engine as an option so it will be interesting to see how they perform.
It looks like WL will debut in 2020 calendar year. So is it a MY2021? I will use Seeking Alpha transcript from last FCA conference call.

Martino De Ambroggi - Equita SIM SpA
Okay. Thank you. And the second question is on Alfa Romeo, you mentioned the starting point for your successor will be good for the group, but what will be the starting point for Alfa Romeo standalone?
Sergio Marchionne - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
I'm not sure I understand the question about standalone Alfa. I don't think I ever made a comment about the brand standing alone. I think the starting point for my successor in running the group is a much better starting point that I've seen since I've been here in the last 14, 15 years. I just think that – and hopefully, we will be able to delineate the development that we expect out of Alfa and Maserati going forward as we get together on June 1, but I think the future for both of those premium brands is pretty clear.
I go back to what I say, the minute you start repeating yourself you should be careful, but I think those brands today represent a pretty visible assertion of the technical skill level that FCA has been able to develop in the last few years. And I think we have spent – if I told you how many hours we have spent internally analyzing the architectural choices that we've had to make in connection with the launch of the new Grand Cherokee which is coming on in 2020. And if we were to explain to you the interconnectedness of that architecture with the work that's gone on with Alfa in the last four years, you will be incredibly surprised as to how the depth of knowledge that we acquired since 2012 in developing Alfa has actually weaved itself into the development of the Grand Cherokee.
And I think we can't ignore those facts. I think they keep on reinforcing the fact that all these things are ultimately connected and then it's up to us in managing these processes to make sure that we extract the highest level of, I hate using the term synergy, but we extract the highest level of utilization from these investments which have been pretty massive and large over time and they effectively benefit the whole portfolio of FCA. That's something hopefully will become visible on June 1 as we point out the far reaching changes that are going on not just in terms of architectures, but also in terms of engines, power trains, and the intrusion of electrification into the portfolio. So we're less than two months away from that day, June 1 is pretty close. So, just hang on to your seat.

https://seekingalpha.com/article/41...-results-earnings-call-transcript?part=single
 
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It looks like WL will debut in 2020 calendar year. So is it a MY2021? I will use Seeking Alpha transcript from last FCA conference call.

Martino De Ambroggi - Equita SIM SpA
Okay. Thank you. And the second question is on Alfa Romeo, you mentioned the starting point for your successor will be good for the group, but what will be the starting point for Alfa Romeo standalone?
Sergio Marchionne - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
I'm not sure I understand the question about standalone Alfa. I don't think I ever made a comment about the brand standing alone. I think the starting point for my successor in running the group is a much better starting point that I've seen since I've been here in the last 14, 15 years. I just think that – and hopefully, we will be able to delineate the development that we expect out of Alfa and Maserati going forward as we get together on June 1, but I think the future for both of those premium brands is pretty clear.
I go back to what I say, the minute you start repeating yourself you should be careful, but I think those brands today represent a pretty visible assertion of the technical skill level that FCA has been able to develop in the last few years. And I think we have spent – if I told you how many hours we have spent internally analyzing the architectural choices that we've had to make in connection with the launch of the new Grand Cherokee which is coming on in 2020. And if we were to explain to you the interconnectedness of that architecture with the work that's gone on with Alfa in the last four years, you will be incredibly surprised as to how the depth of knowledge that we acquired since 2012 in developing Alfa has actually weaved itself into the development of the Grand Cherokee.
And I think we can't ignore those facts. I think they keep on reinforcing the fact that all these things are ultimately connected and then it's up to us in managing these processes to make sure that we extract the highest level of, I hate using the term synergy, but we extract the highest level of utilization from these investments which have been pretty massive and large over time and they effectively benefit the whole portfolio of FCA. That's something hopefully will become visible on June 1 as we point out the far reaching changes that are going on not just in terms of architectures, but also in terms of engines, power trains, and the intrusion of electrification into the portfolio. So we're less than two months away from that day, June 1 is pretty close. So, just hang on to your seat.

https://seekingalpha.com/article/41...-results-earnings-call-transcript?part=single
Correct. 2020 will be a big year for Jeep. 2020 WL will debut in the fall of 2019. WS twins will be launching a little earlier than that. At least the last I heard.
 

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