Jeep has introduced at 2014 Beijing Motor Show in China the Cherokee Urbane and Sageland concepts.

Jeep has introduced at 2014 Beijing Motor Show in China the Cherokee Urbane and Sageland concepts.

Up first is the Urbane dressed in a Maximum Steel metallic paint with black accents as a way to combine the "night life of a modern megacity with glamour and elegance." On the inside it has received dark red Nappa leather on the seats with red accent stitching. It also features Chinese calligraphy implemented in brush stroke patterns in the door applique to enhance the piano black interior. Also unique are the floor mats which have a special decorative pattern drawing their inspiration from traditional Chinese windows.

As for the Sageland, this one is painted in an ivory tri-coat pearl with bronze grille collars and fascias appliques. In addition, a satin bronze chrome was used for the exhaust tips, door mirror caps, roof rack and sunroof. The concept's cabin has received neutral gray Nappa leather seats with red & blue accent stitches along with special door appliques inspired by Chinese ornamental door knobs.

Jeep hasn't specified what powers these two concepts but the China-spec Cherokee can receive either a MultiAir 2.4-liter or a Pentastar V6 3.2-liter, with both of them working together with a 9-speed automatic gearbox.

More details can be found in the attached press release.

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