Agaggle of mostly white unique-edition Jeep Compass, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, and Renegade models are making their debuts on the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The Cherokee Trailhawk is displaying off its Trail-Rated badge, too, alongside numerous more custom designed Jeeps gussied up with lots of Mopar add-ons on the 89th generation of the global automobile extravaganza.
A Wrangler Rubicon with Mopar accessories takes a middle level at the stand and have to be difficult to overlook with its snorkel, rock rails, black sills and fuel door, matte-black grille, 2.Zero-inch elevate kit, and bright Hella Yella paint. (But as no photographs exist but, perhaps the photographers couldn’t discover it?) Also on display is a Sahara with a dash of Ocean Blue paint and some chrome bits that encompass the gas door and door sills. Both Wranglers % a 2.Zero-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that promises 270 horsepower and hooks to an 8-velocity automated transmission.
The Jeep Renegade S is based on the top-spec Limited and shows off a sparkling coat of Alpine White paint (shown above in non-compulsory Turquoise taste) with a black roof and coffee-gloss Granite Crystal accents on its grille. It rolls on different 19-inch wheels completed the equal coloration of gray. Inside, it has a leather-wrapped steerage wheel with black stitching and plenty of black trim. It’s powered through a 1.3-liter turbo 4 with 177 horsepower, mated to a 9-velocity computerized transmission. The Renegade S also can be ordered with another version of the equal engine with 148 horsepower or a 1.6-liter diesel, with one paired with a six-velocity guide transmission or a six-velocity twin-snatch automated. Also on offer is a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder 4×four with a 9-pace computerized transmission.
The Jeep Compass S at the show receives a comparable two-tone Pearl White paint task with a black roof and rolls on 19-inch Granite Crystal wheels. The interior gets black leather-based seats and a gunmetal-colored center console. Under the hood sits a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers one hundred seventy horsepower. The engine is mated to a nine-pace automated transmission and spins all four wheels. Available engine alternatives also include a 1.4-liter 4-cylinder engine that promises one hundred forty or 170 horsepower depending at the track. The engine is mated to a six-pace guide transmission or a nine-velocity automatic.
Next up is the Cherokee S. It’s being shown in—yep—Pearl White paint and sits on Granite Crystal Metallic 19-inch wheels. That color is likewise used for the outdoors accents. The cabin capabilities Nappa leather upholstery, in addition to the latest FCA tech goodies. The Cherokee S packs a 2.0-liter rapid four that produces 270 horsepower. It is mated to a 9-pace computerized transmission and all-wheel force.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee S Limited and is meant to offer SRT-style aesthetics, but no image turned into provided so we’ll just trust Jeep on that one. It’s being displayed in Bright White with Granite Crystal 20-inch wheels with chrome lug nuts. The leather-lined indoors is mega-black, which include the middle stack’s glossy Piano finish. Under the hood, a 3.Zero-liter V-6 diesel engine provides 250 horses and works thru an eight-velocity computerized transmission.
The Cherokee Trailhawk is powered through a new 2.0-liter turbo 4 that can provide 270 horsepower. The trail-rated version has a nine-pace computerized transmission. The new engine joins the 2.2-liter faster-diesel on the Trailhawk’s powertrain listing, in line with Jeep.
Lastly, the Night Eagle isn’t a demonstration Don Henley has joined Night Ranger, but alternatively, a Compass with Laser Blue paint, a black roof, and a gloss-black finish at the grille and headlamp surrounds. It rolls on 19-inch tires mounted on gloss black wheels with vibrant accenting. The Compass S packs a 1. Four-liter 4 that offers 140 horses. The 4 is mated to a six-pace manual transmission. And that’s all of the Jeep news from Geneva.