Jeep Compass 2022 showed on official teasers

Jeep Compass 2022 showed on official teasers

November 19, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The press service of the American brand has published a teaser for the updated Jeep Compass crossover. These images show the exterior of the new product, as well as the huge screen of the infotainment system.

An updated version of the Jeep Compass will be unveiled at the China Auto Show in Guangzhou. A couple of minutes ago, the automaker posted the first teasers of the model. There’s an image of the front of the car that confirms the body lines we’ve seen on camouflaged crossover prototypes, and there are some interior photos showing the new “floating” infotainment system.

The interior images show small details of the updated Compass, but they are still enough to see the differences from the current interior.

With the addition of a tablet-style infotainment screen, much of the dashboard could have new trim. Beneath the display, there are two vents and a brown leather trim that ends with an aluminum-like insert.

Another image shows the size of the infotainment screen. It is angled and has a metal frame. The system is in Chinese, but we can notice that two buttons are associated with the HVAC (climate) system. This could indicate that Jeep has decided to ditch the physical controls in order to integrate all features into the multimedia.

The new Compass 2022 features new technologies and safety features. “Spy” shots of test prototypes of the crossover show that it has a fully digital instrument panel and a new steering wheel.

The other two images show the front of the newest car. In one photo, the top of the false grille is highlighted by a new trim with horizontal chrome lines. Just below is a second, very thin air intake, which is located on the sides of the bumper, where the fog lights are located.

Not so long ago, we wrote that Jeep announced the imminent debut of a “mysterious” model. The premiere of the new car from the American automaker will take place next week, November 17. The Americans decided to keep the intrigue until the end and did not tease the public with teaser images in anticipation of the debut, as many automakers do.