The military employed the Willys-Overland, which was previously a Willys-Overland,

as the first military "Jeeps" ever during World War II. Almost everyone imitated it since it was such a well-liked and profitable design,

including Toyota in Japan, Mahindra in India, and Land Rover in the UK. 

Following the conclusion of World War II, Willys-Overland changed its name to Jeep and began 

 concentrate more on a segment of the market that had just begun to take shape: the luxury SUV.

The Grand Wagoneer is one of the most recognisable nameplates in history, but in the 1980s

AMC, the company that owned Jeep at the time, sought to replace the Wagoneer and the Cherokee in the lineup 

The Grand Cherokee, which is now in its sixth generation, is the outcome.The Grand Cherokee