Jeep and India go all the way back to 1947, the year our country got its Independence. For those of you wondering how, that is the year when Mahindra started its automotive business and got a license from Jeep to use its designs and name in India. Both the companies have come a long way since, with Jeep making an official entry into the Indian car scene back in 2016. Moving on to now, we have brought a render which shows a futuristic Jeep concept in its full glory. Take a look.
The massively cool car you see above is actually a fan made render and is officially called the Jeep Concept Freedom. It’s an artist take on the future of Jeep’s vehicle and we couldn’t agree more. It has the typical seven slated Jeep grille along with the solid butch lines which embed a family DNA into the concept, sealing it off as a Jeep. Now the design is a bit on the wild side, but that’s what a concept is supposed to be, a wild take on cars.
Talking of design, the massive front air intakes and sleek headlamps take the cake. The long bonnet, raked windshield and that high sprung stance all make it more of a performance oriented SUV. Lamborghini Urus challenger, we say. While those massively big wheels, small glass area and sloping roof line may not be very ergonomic and practical, they for sure look very cool. You would appreciate the level of detailing done on this render. Notice the cuts and lines on the body, which end up perfectly in sync with other body panel rather than abruptly. It gets independent dual coil spring suspension setup on all wheels hinting towards its off road prowess.
If this is what is supposed to be the future of Jeep, we are completely smitten by it. Though it’s a fan render, we want Jeep to take notice and at least include some of the radical design cues into their regular cars. In India, the best selling Jeep model is the Compass, which even left behind the Mahindra XUV500 in sales for some time. Though a new generation model is still some time away, it would be really great to see a similar styled Compass on our roads. Once again, Hats off to the creativity of the render designer.