New entry-level Jeep crossover aka Jeepster spied with a production body for the first time

We have seen the chassis mules before, but these are the first pictures of the all-new compact Jeep crossover, also known as Jeepster with the full production body spied testing in Italy.

This new Jeep crossover is based on a longer Fiat 500L platform and will be sharing its platform with the Fiat 500X model, but not the body, which will be unique to both automakers.

The overall look is very angular and boxy, reminding us little of Jeep’s own Commander.

The camouflage is pretty heavy, but we still can see little of the front bumper, grille, circular fog lights and square head- and tail lights.

Engine details are purely speculative at this point, but the new model is expected to use different Fiat-sourced engines, like the 105bhp 0.9-litre TwinAir Turbo, 160bhp 1.4-litre MultiAir Turbo and a 105bhp 1.6-litre MultiJet II turbodiesel.


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