The Jeep brand has been on a roll of late, pushing out new models at a rapid pace, though the controversial design of vehicles like the Cherokee and Renegade has some questioning the brand's direction. Jeep is committed to its path, however, and at this year's Beijing Auto Show, it's parading four new design concepts across the stage.
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The first is the Zi You Xia Design Concept, based on the funky-fun Renegade, but taken to more luxurious level with "warm chocolate gray" paint and dark anodized bronze and charcoal accents on the exterior. Inside, the Zi You Xia gets a brown/copper/black color theme and rich leather upholstery. The Zi You Xia name means "rebel," which Jeep says "highlights a more sophisticated aspect of the Renegade's personality."
Next is the Cherokee Sageland concept, inspired by the scenery and landmarks of the Shangri-La region of China. An ivory tri-coat pearl exterior with bronze and satin accents pairs with an earth-tone theme inside, including Nappa leather seats in gray and stitching inspired by traditional Chinese knot design.
Jeep Cherokee Sageland design concept
The Cherokee Urbane concept goes for a more--you guessed it--urban look, with a "Maximum Steel" metallic paint job and black accents outside. Inside, Chinese calligraphy highlights a piano black and red Nappa leather cabin.
JeepCherokee Urbane design concept
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Jeep Wrangler Sundancer design concept
The final of the four concepts is the Wrangler Sundancer, built to mix fashion and sophistication with the Wrangler's famous off-road qualities. A chocolate brown exterior with gold and bronze accents is set off by linear LED lighting and 20-inch gold billet aluminum wheels. Inside, the Sundancer concept gets semi-aniline leather in "Berry Baltique" throughout the cabin, lace stitching, and gold accents on various controls and handles.
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