What we don't know is what, if anything, will change under the Cherokee's hood for the 2019 model year. The red SUV is likely the high-end Trailhawk variant because of the tow hooks poking out of the bumper and the high-mounted fog lights.
At the back, smoked taillights replace the old units while the license plate holder is now placed on the tailgate itself.
The new Cherokee also comes with a set of new beefier alloy wheels, black underbody cladding and larger roof rails. The SUV also comes with a new rear bumper with silver rear diffuser and dual chrome-tipped exhaust.
As you can see in the image above, the split headlight design of the current Cherokee is gone and in its place is a far more traditional layout.
FCA didn't reveal much with the teaser shots of the Cherokee, other than it is expected to arrive with more "fuel-efficient powertrain options" leading to the rumor and innuendo of whether or not this Jeep could be a hybrid. Globally, the mid-size SUV will go on sale towards the end of 2018, after its debut at Detroit, and while there is no official word on it yet, we do expect the SUV to reach the Indian shores as well.