Jeep Yuntu Is The Future Luxury PHEV For Chinese Families With Keyless Entry, Drone Support, Luxury Interiors

Apr 24, 2017 07:30 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

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Jeep has unveiled its latest Yuntu Concept at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show last weekend. The new concept is specially designed for China, coming out as a luxury PHEV, equipped with the top-notch technology features for Chinese families.

Jeep has come up with a new design for the SUV dedicated to Chinese families. The new Jeep Yuntu Concept was introduced at the recent 2017 Shanghai Auto Show as a luxury PHEV.

The new SUV's name, "Yuntu," means "cloud map" in English. The name is manifested in the concept design as the new SUV unveiled was in snow-white color.

The concept entails elegant yet sporty image. Clean lines, chrome grille, golden bronze accents, slim LED headlights and taillights are among the interesting features of the concept.

The interiors also boast of its luxury concept. A huge color video touchscreen will immediately catch one's attention. The gearshift knob is uniquely designed too.

Adding to the elegance are the interior trims. The steering wheel, dash and center console is accentuated with a wooden trim. Whereas, golden trims can also be spotted all around.

According to the brand, the seats were designed with the Chinese families in mind. The middle row seats can be adjusted to recline to serve as a bed. The back headrests boast of its huge monitors for a more enjoyable ride.

The new Jeep Yuntu comes with the latest technology features. It has an exploratory drone that can help the driver scan the road ahead to determine the best route to take. It also sports gesture controls for easier navigation.

Security in accessing the new SUV is powered up by the latest technology too. The upcoming Jeep Yuntu features facial recognition apps for better security. The new SUV also boasts of its keyless access with its biometric technology feature.

The seven-seater Jeep Yuntu is the brand's share in the expanding business in China. According to the press release, the automaker aims to continue to expand its Jeep brand in China. Statistics show that demand for SUVs are swiftly increasing in the Chinese market.

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