Jeep's PHEV concept finally makes its debut in China.
The Jeep Yuntu has made its world premiere at Auto Shanghai 2017. The new concept is a futuristic premium SUV is said to preview a China-only crossover. Live images from Autohome give the first in-person look at the concept car.
The Jeep Yuntu falls in the line of Jeep's modern designs like the Jeep Compass and Jeep Cherokee. The rugged crossover is finished in a two-tone colour scheme and features the signature 7-slot radiator grille, sleek headlamps and tail lamps, trapezoidal wheel arches, large wheels, suicide rear doors, panoramic glass roof and prominent underbody cladding on the outside.
On the inside, the Jeep Yuntu is a typical tech-laden concept vehicle. The cabin follows a white theme and a minimalist philosophy. There are three screens in the dashboard, two of which serve as the instrument panel and the infotainment display, and two screens behind the four individual seats in the first and second rows, one behind the butterfly headrest and one behind the seatback.
The floor console extends back to the second-row seats. Wood trim on the dashboard, seats, floor console and other interior elements blends perfectly with the white theme for a luxurious look.
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The Jeep Yuntu concept, as the branding on its front doors says, is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.
Jeep hasn't released any of its specifications yet.
[Image Source: autohome.com.cn]