Many news from Jeep are coming, as complete PHEV and EV models, as well as traditional nameplates created especially for the brand's new generation.
Stellantis has put the iconic Jeep brand on the rails of the EV revolution, highlighting battery life and a focus on sustainability.
The automaker is still retooling its factories for the production of new internal combustion engines, while fans are impatiently waiting for legendary models like the Cherokee to get new iterations.
The iconic Cherokee has five generations since production began in 1974, with the last being released to the market in 2013.
The KL iteration is certainly growing little, as the year-over-year sales clearly show.
Perhaps consumers have grown tired of the brand's rather quirky design, so it's no surprise that Jeep execs are hinting that the next generation will be bigger and better than ever, bringing an electrified and potentially infused version of the Wagoneer.
But while the new generation of the Jeep Cherokee is not announced, the YouTube channel, AutoYa, decided to imagine in CGI the complete look of the never-before-seen Jeep Cherokee with the KM designation.
With no spy photos yet revealed, the channel version focuses on traditional three-quarter front and rear angles, potential cockpit changes, and also releasing a variety of unofficial color options.
Check out the video of the unofficial presentation of the new generation of the Jeep Cherokee:
The new generation Jeep Cherokee could debut in 2023 as a D-segment model to be placed above the Compass and below the Grand Cherokee.