Jeep will introduce a $5.6 million pickup truck and a $1.2 million SUV to its lineup in 2019, according to a new report from the U.K.-based magazine Motor.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee, which is also a Jeep brand, will be sold in Europe and North America, while the Skytraxx 4WD will be offered in Australia and New Zealand, the magazine said.
Jeep will make the SkyTraxx and Jeep Grand Cherokees available in two trim levels, with the Grand Cherokee priced at $27,990 and the SkyTrucks priced at between $31,490 and $37,990.
Jeep has been looking to tap into the Jeep brand’s popularity in North America.
The company plans to introduce the SkyMiles program, which would allow owners of Jeep Grand Cruisers, Jeeps, Wranglers, Compass and Renegades to buy Jeep and Jeep Wrangler vehicles, with prices ranging from $13,000 to $22,000.
The Jeep Wrangler has been a big seller in the U, with about 3.3 million Jeep Wrangs sold in North and Central America since its debut in 2018.
Jeeps and other Jeep brands have also been hitting the U market with SUV and pickup trucks.
In March, the automaker announced it would build a new SUV, the Jeep Renegade, to go alongside the new Jeep Grand Wagoneer.