The Jeep® brand launched its new marketing campaign, “Made for What You’re Made Of,” featuring the new Grand Cherokee, Grand Cherokee L, and Grand Cherokee 4xe. The 30-second “Made for What You’re Made Of” video can be viewed on the brand’s social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, as well as on television, including college basketball playoff programming.
“The ‘Made for What You’re Made Of’ campaign is rooted in the ‘go anywhere, do anything’ spirit of the Jeep brand and its vehicle owners, fans, and followers,” said Marissa Hunter, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Stellantis – North America. “As the Grand Cherokee has evolved over the years, so has our owners’ ability to seek out more fulfilling experiences, and the Jeep brand’s goal is to give them a vehicle that allows them to explore the world they live in and to enjoy life to its fullest.”
Featured within “Made for What You’re Made Of” is a Paralympian runner, ice diver, and a base jumper who were each filmed for the campaign in Colorado and Utah. Jeep 4×4 owners are nature lovers, athletes, adrenaline junkies, sunrise and sunset chasers and so much more. To find out what one is made of, ditch the personality tests and social media quizzes and head into the big, wide, beautiful word. Is it to follow a self-determined path? Or blaze a whole new trail? Those are the questions the brand thought about when designing the new Jeep Grand Cherokee.
“With the recent launch of the new Grand Cherokee, Grand Cherokee L, and the Grand Cherokee 4xe this spring, consumers will have more options than ever before when deciding which of these 4x4s best fits their outdoor pursuits,” said Jim Morrison, Senior Vice President and Head of Jeep North America. “The Grand Cherokee was built to help provide our owners with one-of-a-kind experiences by taking them to faraway places to seek out their next adventure. There is no other automotive brand that enables that sense of freedom and adventure and that elicits such fierce loyalty and camaraderie among its owners and enthusiasts like Jeep does.”