All-New Jeep Compass Goes Electric on New Platform for 2026

Jeep Compass

Jeep will launch the next-generation Compass, which will be larger and more premium, but could make way for another, more affordable model.

The next-generation Jeep Compass will be all-new and will feature the new mid-size STLA platform. This modular platform ensures maximum space utilization and features a high-energy-density single-layer battery in factory assembly for optimal efficiency.

Yes, this modular platform will mean an EV version of the Compass, which will potentially have a 400-volt electrical architecture and batteries of up to 98 kilowatt hours (kWh). The standard battery will mean a range of up to 500 km.

The next-generation Jeep Compass with this modular platform will allow for the development of internal combustion engines and electric vehicles together. Therefore, the next-generation Jeep Compass is expected to be more spacious, larger, with a new design theme.

In addition to an EV variant, the next-generation Compass will also come with turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines, meaning that diesel will most likely be offered on the next-generation Compass as well. While details are still vague, the next-generation Compass will be more premium with a significant increase in interior space.

The next-generation Compass will share a platform with other brands in the Stellantis Group, including Citroen. According to Stellantis, cars built on this platform could be between 4.3 and 4.9 metres long and be more flexible in terms of extra space.

Currently, the Compass is the backbone of Jeep sales in India and the launch of this model will take a few more years, a launch could happen in 2026. Jeep, on the other hand, could soon introduce the current generation Compass as a petrol-powered model with the recent introduction of 4×2 variants.

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