Jeep has announced that a High Altitude display package will be available for the Grand Cherokee 4xe model. The model is currently shown at the 2022 New York International Auto Show and will be available for public viewing April 15-24, 2022.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude package adds a set of 21-inch Gloss Black aluminum alloy wheels, Gloss Black accents and badges, roof rails, and a unique seven-slot grille. A new paint option called Hydro Blue Pearl Coat will also be available with the High Altitude Package.
The High Altitude package is available exclusively for the Grand Cherokee Summit 4xe and Summit Reserve 4xe trims, which sit at the top of the midsize SUV lineup. It will be available to order in the second half of 2022, along with new paint color options.
“The stunning High Altitude display package and a new premium Hydro Blue exterior paint option give the Grand Cherokee 4xe a customized look for those who want the pinnacle of capability, performance and luxury with a unique exterior styling,” said Jim Morrison, senior vice president. and head of the North American Jeep brand.
For the record, the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe model is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and two electric motors for a combined output of 375 horsepower (280 kilowatts) and 470 pound-feet (637 Newton-meters) of torque. The electric model can cover a distance of 25 miles on electric power alone.
For pricing, the High Altitude Plan adds $1,495 for the Summit 4xe and $995 for the Summit Reserve 4xe.
However, the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe range doesn’t come cheap. The price of the electric lineup starts at $57,700, representing a whopping $20,000 difference from the non-electric model. The Grand Cherokee Summit 4xe is priced at $69,820, while the Summit Reserve 4xe is priced at $74,300. All prices mentioned here do not include destination fees.