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Check out this early prototype of a new vehicle, caught as it was being tested in Europe. This is the upcoming Fiat 500X, and it’s said that a smaller “baby” Jeep is going to be based on it. That vehicle could be called the Jeepster and would be sold in the United States. It’s likely to debut in late 2014 or early 2015.
Details remain scarce, but our spy photographers have managed to capture the upcoming Jeep B-segment crossover for the first time, testing in both the Alps and in the US. Shown here as a cobbled-together Fiat 500L mule, the new Jeep model is expected to arrive for the 2015 model year and act as a replacement for the current Compass and Patriot models.
For the U.S. market, Jeep will only offer a gasoline version of this yet to be named mode, but Europeans, as usual, will also enjoy a diesel powertrain. In both markets, the model will be offered with standard front wheel drive system, with an all wheel drive configuration offered as an option. The new baby Jeep will feature the usual seven slot Jeep grille, Cherokee like headlights and that cool, waterfall hood.
2015 Baby Jeep Release
Spy photographers have caught an early prototype of the upcoming Fiat 500X testing in Europe. The car is important because it will also spawn an U.S.-market “baby” Jeep, potentially called the Jeepster and likely to debut by late 2014 or early 2015.
2015 Baby Jeep Price
2015 Baby Jeep Price. | Pricing for the new 2015 Baby Jeep has been set at $20k – $23k based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Baby Jeep we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Baby Jeep Engine
The prototype spied in these photos is based on a chopped-up Fiat 500L, and it’s clear that the 500X will have a narrower track and shorter wheelbase based on the fact the wheels barely fill out this test mule’s fenders. Expect the Fiat 500X to keep some of the cutesy, rounded styling seen on the larger 500L, whereas the Jeep derivative will probably have the brand’s familiar grille design and more butch, angular shapes. Front and all wheel drive will be offered, likely with four cylinder engines only.