The company recently started exporting its made-in-India Compass SUV to international markets like Australia and Japan from its plant in Ranjangaon. This plant is where Jeep manufactures all right-hand-drive Compass units globally.
The rugged Trailhawk variant of the Compass wasn't part of the production process, until now. For now, this is an export only model. The right-hand-drive Trailhawk gets a 2.0-litre diesel engine mated to a nine-speed automatic. It also features hill descent control as standard. Compared to the standard car, the Compass Trailhawk is fitted with different alloy wheels, dual-tone black and silver shade, red recovery hooks, a black painted anti-glare bonnet decal, underbody skid plates and all-weather floor mats.
For now, there is no news on whether Jeep will bring this variant to India.