On Friday, Chrysler will begin production of its first new model since the company went through government-backed bankruptcy and emerged as a joint company with Italy’s Fiat group. The 2011 Grand Cherokee will get a pretty grand rollout, too, with Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne and Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm on location at the Detroit assembly plant to officially begin production.
That means buyers should expect the first vehicles to arrive at dealers late next month. In the meantime, you can check pricing here or check out more photos of the 2011 below. These photos are of the actual production car, which varies from the pre-production model the company has been highlighting until today.