The 2022 Jeep Commander Leaked Online Prior To Its Debut In Brazil

Should Jeep bring back the Commander name with this seven-seater Compass-based SUV?

Jeep is all set to reveal a new seven-seater model, the Commander which is based on the Compass & Renegade platform.

A clip of the upcoming SUV, set to debut in Brazil, was leaked online.

As we know, the Commander name has been used in the past and is also associated with a model in China.

The clip shows off the Overland model, which is a name that harks back to the 1940s.

The Overland trim is now the Commander's top of the line model.

The SUV will feature all LED lighting upfront.

And the rear as well, with a full-length light bar running across the width of the vehicle. The increased glass house and length differentiate the Commander from the Compass.

If the interior looks familiar, that is because the new Commander shares a lot with the Compass.

Like the infotainment screen, the instrument panel, the steering wheel.

and Push Button Start.

The biggest takeaway of the Commander is that it will feature seating for seven across its three rows.

Jeep 1941 is stamped into the leather arm rest to remind occupants of the Willy's Overland connection.

As far as engine options go, there is an all new 1.3 GSE turbo petrol engine that produces 185 hp and is mated to a six-speed automatic, with optional 4WD.

The 2022 Jeep Commander is all set to be revealed in Brazil on 26th August. We'll have to see if Stellantis will bring this SUV to the U.S. Swipe up to read more.