It looks like Dodge, Jeep, and Ram will be taking full advantage of the attention that trucks and SUVs have been getting recently as new documents hinted when we might be seeing them in the near future.
The agreement document between UAW and FCA suggests that a three-row Jeep model will begin its production in 2020 at their Detrit plant while the next-gen Jeep Grand Cherokee will be coming in the next year.
The paper also mentioned that they will be working on a mild-hybrid SUV that will be coming out before 2020 ends. There is also two new body-on-frame Jeep model will be bringing back the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer nameplate and that those will be coming in 2021.
A high-performance TRX model will also be set to arrive in 2020 and will be coming in to take on the Raptor. Wrangler will be getting a plug-in hybrid version that is set to arrive in 2020.
We will have to wait and see if any of these does happen but it does look like FCA has their schedule full for the next few years to come.