Based on the design study of the same name that was shown at the 2012 Geneva motor show, it features a black front grille, black body trim and 20-inch gloss black alloy wheels.
The makeover continues on the inside, where you get carbonfibre trim and leather and suede sports seats from the V8-powered SRT8 model.
However, the only engine option will be the 237bhp 3.0-litre diesel that's available in other Grand Cherokee models.
Pricing is still to be confirmed, but Jeep says the S Limited will be slightly cheaper than the Grand Cherokee Overland, which costs 44,995. The new model will be a rival for sportier versions of cars such as the BMW X5 and Mercedes M-Class.
Jeep is also preparing a limited edition version of its Compass model, called the Compass Black Edition. Like the S Limited, this features a black grille, black exterior detailing and black wheels, while the engine is Jeep's 161bhp 2.2-litre diesel.