Yesterday we brought you first spy shots of the all-new compact Jeep Jeepster crossover, testing in Italy and now we are back with new pictures taken this time in Munich.
This new Jeep crossover is based on a longer Fiat 500L platform, that will also underpin the upcoming Fiat 500X model, but not the body, which will be unique to both automakers.
The camouflage makes Jeep’s version look very angular and quite bulky. What’s under all that black body cladding is hard to tell, but it is hard to imagine this bulky camouflage can hide something sleek with flowing body lines.
Our new spy shots are much clearer and up close, showing us little more of the front bumper, grille, circular fog lights and square head- and tail lights. We also get to see the steering wheel and heavily camouflaged dashboard.
Engine range will be shared with the Fiat’s 500X, so we can expect the familiar 105bhp 0.9-litre TwinAir Turbo, 160bhp 1.4-litre MultiAir Turbo and a 105bhp 1.6-litre MultiJet II turbodiesel.