These are the first official pictures of the comprehensively revised 2019 Jeep Cherokee, due to debut at the Detroit Motor Show on 16 January, less than five months after the release of the updated 2018 range. For this 2019 model, the vehicle was restyled by Vince Gallante, one of Jeep's newest designers who now holds a few hits under its belt at FCA such as the Renegade, the Compass and the all-new Wrangler. The rest of the front end-including the lower valence, grille openings, and hood-has been redesigned, giving the entire SUV a much more modern appearance. The only changes that can be seen on the 2019 Cherokee are the tweaked gauges, updated Uconnect infotainment system and new trim pieces. But along with these four images, it has confirmed that the 2019 Cherokee will encompass a more athletic yet upscale design and more efficient powertrain options. Around back, however, there's a comprehensively reshaped tailgate, moving the license plate from the bumper to just below the rear window.
As expected, the new Cherokee adopts the single headlight style from both Grand Cherokee and Compass. Could that mean that the 2019 Cherokee could also get the new turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder that debuted last month with the debut of the 2018 Wrangler JL?
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For now, Jeep still hasn't discussed anything regarding drivetrains, platform or pricing for its 2019 Cherokee, but it will still ride on the C-Evo platform developed in partnership with Fiat. Beginning with the former, the "dual headlight" design is no more as Jeep gave the 2019 Cherokee a more contemporary look.