The new 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee, now with three rows of seating, will debut with the auto industry’s only sound system made by McIntosh Laboratory.
Available first in the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, the MX950 McIntosh Entertainment System is available in Overland and Summit models and comes standard when equipped with the Summit Reserve Package.
“We understand that customers don’t just want great sound,” says Charlie Randall, president of McIntosh Laboratory, Inc.
“They want to get a full sensory experience. And that’s why it was so important that we left no stone unturned to deliver a true McIntosh Entertainment System for the Jeep Grand Cherokee L. We’re thrilled to bring our brand to a whole new group of people who may never have experienced McIntosh before.”
The collaboration between McIntosh and the Jeep brand has been a match made in America McIntosh emphasizes. The Jeep brand understands McIntosh’s goal is to carry its high standards for sound into vehicles in an authentic way. That said, this partnership didn’t happen overnight.
According to McIntosh, work on the MX950 Entertainment System for the Jeep Grand Cherokee began four years ago when engineers from both organizations collaborated on the Grand Wagoneer concept vehicle revealed this past September. Now with the Jeep Grand Cherokee L McIntosh continues, customers will soon be able to experience what it is like having a McIntosh Entertainment System with them on-the-go. It is sure to be “Legendary Performance in Motion.”
The MX950 McIntosh Entertainment System boasts 19 speakers in 12 optimal locations to deliver precision sound through every inch of the vehicle and a 17-channel amplifier delivers up to 950 watts of power. The system has LD/HP speaker design to lower distortion and McIntosh Power Guard for clarity even at very high-volume levels.