In early 2014 the brand-new Jeep Cherokee was released in the Chinese market including contemporary Jeep layout, best-in-class capability and the very first nine-speed automatic transmission in its sector. With the intro of the Sageland style concept, the Jeep brand demonstrates exactly how the reach of the Cherokee could expand in brand-new instructions.
The design style and shade combination for the brand-new Jeep Cherokee Sageland was motivated by the historic sites and natural landscapes discovered throughout the mystical area of the Shangri-La Region.
The concept’s exterior is coated in Ivory tri-coat Pearl with bronze grille neckbands and front and rear fascia appliques. The Daylight opening (DLO), roofing system rack, door mirror caps and exhaust tips are repainted in Satin Bronze chrome, enhancing the overall appearance and contributing to the distinct design of this vehicle.
Inside Sageland, the earth-tone shade palette continues with a combination of light, neutral grey Nappa leather-made seats with red and water blue accent stitches.
The seats likewise feature stitching inspired by standard Chinese knot style, and the pattern on the door appliques derived from the colour and surface of Chinese ornamental door knobs.
The various other noteworthy style of the Cherokee Sageland Concept’s interior are the traditional Chinese knot style sewing on the seats and the pattern on the door appliques that was stemmed from the shade and surface of Chinese decorative door knobs. Looks expensive, but not as astounding as the overall colors of the log cabin.