We recently covered the body and chassis on 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, the newly revealed seven-seater Grand Cherokee.
But the vehicle from Stellantis — the OEM formed out of the merger of Peugeot and FCA — contains or will contain some other notable technology, particularly on the advanced driver assistance system front.
Perhaps most notable among these features will be what FCA in its pre-merger Jan. 7 news release called “Hands-free Active Driving Assist.” The OEM said it would start selling the tech late this year on the 2022 Grand Cherokee L.
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