Jeep Unveils Four Chinese-Inspired Concepts in Beijing
Apr 22, 2014 11:08
Jeep has unveiled four concepts for the Chinese market. The Jeep Zi You Xia study “highlights a more sophisticated aspect of the Renegade’s personality,” according to Jeep.
Zi You Xia, which means “rebel”. The concept is finished in a Warm Chocolate Gray contrasting with Dark Anodized Bronze accents.
Zi You Xia features rich brown leather upholstery on the seats and door panels with ‘ombre’ grey/black plaid fabric inserts.
There are also two Cherokee-based studies dubbed the Sageland and Urbane. Sageland is inspired by the historical landmarks and natural sceneries of Shangri-La. The exterior is painted in Ivory tri-coat Pearl with bronze grille collars and front and rear fascia appliques. The Daylight opening (DLO), roof rack, door mirror caps and exhaust tips are painted in Satin Bronze chrome.
The Cherokee Urbane study combines “the night life of a modern megacity with glamour and elegance.” It features a Maximum Steel metallic exterior with Hyper Black accents on the roof rack, door mirror caps, grille collars, front and rear fascias, wheel finishings, vehicle badging and antenna.
Last but not least, there's the Jeep Wrangler Sundance study, featuring a tri-coat Chocolate Brown metallic color with gold accents, unique Golden Bronze tone-on-tone ghosted pattern on the fender flares, bronze tinted windows.
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