The current-gen Grand Cherokee is set to receive its second facelift by the end of 2015, before an all-new generation will be launched sometime in 2017. A brand spanking new seven-seater Grand Wagoneer sharing the same underpinnings is slated to debut the following year.
As for the Cherokee, this model will go through its mid-cycle freshening in 2016, when Jeep celebrates its 75th anniversary. The following year, Jeep wants to operate a mid-life facelift on the 2015 Renegade as well. 2017 will be the year the Wrangler will be replaced by an all-new model with the same off-road virtues as its predecessor.
Last but not least, the manufacturer's five-year plan also hints at the extension of the Jeep global dealership network by 1,300 new units, which which will mostly be based in Asia and the Pacific region.