According to Automotive News, Chrysler plans to expand its Jeep range with a high-end model that will share its platform with the redesigned Grand Cherokee. The trade newspaper, citing a Chrysler source, said the as yet unnamed vehicle will debut in 2005 or 2006 and will help fill the Detroit assembly plant, where the Grand Cherokee is the sole product. Automotive News said a redesigned Grand Cherokee will debut next year as a 2005 model and a Chrysler source said there will be "another vehicle off of that platform". Automotive News said the Jeep brand currently has three nameplates: the Wrangler, Liberty and Grand Cherokee, and last year the brand sold 459,796 vehicles, a one percent increase from 2001.