American SUV manufacturer Jeep made their entry into the Indian market back in 2017. Their first India-built product – the Compass – became an instant hit in the market and is now a very common sight on our roads. Since 2017, Jeep has not made any major changes to the Compass SUV except for making it BS6 complaint and launching a TrailHawk version. The competition has grown over the years and Jeep has been working on a facelift for the popular Compass SUV. Jeep is all set to launch the updated Jeep Compass later this month and here we have a render image of the upcoming facelift that shows how it could look like.
The render images have been created by a Brazilian artist Kleber Silva. He has done renders of many upcoming vehicles in the past. In the facelifted Jeep Compass, starting with the front, the headlight looks a bit more sleeker than the current version. It is similar to the one seen in Grand Cherokee. It has an LED DRL integrated to it and the headlight is a projector-type unit. The grille in the rendered version is also bit different. The chrome bits on the grille have been removed and a matte black finish replaces it.
Coming down to the bumper you will notice that the turn indicators are placed on the bumper. There is also a small opening under the front grille. The fog lamps are missing in this render and the lower part of the revised bumper also gets a radar sensor on it. It is highly unlikely to be seen in Indian version as these features would make it more expensive.
Coming to the side profile, the basic shape of the car remains same. It gets a boxy SUV-ish design and the only noticeable change is the alloy wheels which make make it look more premium. From the rear, no major differences can be seen. It gets the same old clear lens type LED tail lights and a bumper with reflector lights on it. The lower part of the bumper gets black cladding which gives it a rugged SUV look.
The upcoming Jeep Compass facelift will definitely be getting some cosmetic updates but, as of now we are not 100 % sure on what it would look like in reality. Jeep is also working on a 6-seater version of Compass which will be based on the facelifted version. It will be launched in the market by second quarter of 2021.