The Grand Cherokees delivered were coloured either black or white, after the Italian Champions’ shirt design, and each is powered by the 247bhp 3.0-litre turbo, direct-injection V6 common rail diesel engine fitted with MultiJet II Technology, paired to the new eight-speed automatic transmission.
This initiative further confirms the bond between Juventus and the Jeep brand. Jeep has a global brand reputation with more than 15 million vehicles produced and sold worldwide since the introduction of the first model, in 1941. Juventus has a similarly glorious past: founded in 1897, the Club boasts more than 250 million followers worldwide and has a history of Italian and European football success.
In the UK, the new Jeep Grand Cherokee range starts at £36,995 (OTR) for the 3.0 CRD V6 CRD Laredo, rising to £49,495 (OTR) for the 3.0 V6 CRD Summit.