Chrysler plans to start selling the Jeep Wranger in the U.A.M. on Friday, with its first batch of 4WD models due to roll out in 2020.
The Wrangler will be the company’s first crossover SUV and will be sold in the United States under the Chrysler brand name.
Chrysler, which is the second-largest automaker in the world, says it will offer the Jeep in the country starting Sept. 25.
Jeep will sell the Wrangler at a cost of $30,000.
The SUV is Chrysler’s first vehicle in the American market and the first crossover in North America.
Chrysler has also unveiled plans for a crossover SUV in China, the automaker said in a statement.
Chrysler also announced a partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a division of Fiat, which will sell Jeep vehicles in Europe.
Chrysler and Fiat Chrysler, the world’s largest automakers, announced a $1.2 billion agreement last month to build a new plant in Mexico that will produce Jeep SUVs.
The deal is set to generate $1 billion in U.
“The partnership comes as U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has made his country a focus for Jeep production and is pushing for the automaking to shift to a plant in the North Sea.
The agreement also comes after the U., with a U.N. vote last week, declared that the U.-European Union trade deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom is not in the interests of U.KS.
Chrysler plans on making a few more vehicles in North American and will begin producing some of the Jeep SUWs in 2019, the company said.
The company says it plans to sell a total of 200,000 Jeep Wranglers in the next 12 months.
Chrysler says the Jeep will be offered with four-wheel drive, all-wheel-drive, and a four-door option.
Chrysler did not provide a cost to the Wrangler for its U.M.-based sales.
The first Jeep Wrangers are expected to hit U.L.M.(U.S.) dealers by the end of 2018.