A new set of spy images with the Jeep Junior has been sent to us as the model in question has been caught on camera while it was being tested in cold weather.
The Jeep Junior, or the Fiat 500X, has been recently caught on camera by our spy photographers as it was being tested in the snow, in northern Scandinavia. The model in question has been spotted while it was being driven on a lonely road, close to the Arctic Circle. The images posted below are revealing a very boxy shape of the Jeep Junior, which will be identical to the one used on the upcoming Fiat 500X.
In fact, the only differences between the two models will be the badges and probably some minor modifications made to the front grille, to the headlights and to the taillights. Both vehicles will be riding on the same platform, which is currently used on the 500L, and they will be offered with a variety of Fiat engines, including the MultiAir Turbo, the TwinAir Turbo and the MultiJet II. The Fiat 500X and the Jeep Junior will be officially unveiled during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The two models will be assembled in the Melfi facility, which is owned by Fiat.