Jeep's entry-level crossover has been spied wearing a production body for the first time. See the pictures inside
Jeep's entry-level crossover has been spied wearing a production body for the first time.
Caught in Italy, the entry-level crossover is heavily disguised but we can see it will feature a boxy shape that recalls the Nissan Cube. The camouflage makes additional details hard to make out but we can see a protruding front bumper, a seven slot grille and circular fog lights. The prototype also appears to square head- and taillights.
Little else is known about the model but is expected to be based on an extended version of the Fiat 500L platform. This should result in an accommodating cabin that can comfortability seat five people.
Engine options remain unconfirmed but previous reports have indicated there could be a variety of Fiat-sourced engines including a 0.9-liter TwinAir Turbo with 105 HP (74 kW), a 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbo with 160 HP (119 kW) and a 1.6-liter MultiJet II turbodiesel with 105 HP (74 kW).