Chrysler has confirmed it is working on an auto tuning feature that will be included in a Jeep Cherokee.
The automaker said Tuesday that the auto-tuning feature will be built into the Jeep Cherokee SUV.
Chrysler says the feature will come with its next Jeep Wrangler, which will go on sale in the first quarter of 2017.
The Jeep Cherokee, a vehicle that debuted in 2014, will be the first Jeep to get the auto tuning features.
The Chrysler logo can be seen on the back of the Jeep Wranglers front passenger side seat.
In an interview with AutoWeek, Chrysler vice president of global marketing David Eustis said the auto tuner will include a host of functions including automatic parking detection, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, cruise control and more.
Chrysler said it plans to offer the auto tune to all models in 2019, which is roughly three years after the Jeep’s initial launch.
Chrysler is partnering with Ford to launch the Jeep XK SUV next year.