So we've talked about this possibility in several threads now and it seems that moving to Giorgio Global is the most logical choice for the next-generation Cherokee. The current Cherokee is not a bad vehicle, but the design is seriously lacking due to the FWD architecture that prevents attractive proportions. It also suffers from a lack of interior room, especially when compared to the room found inside Compass, which obviously has a smaller footprint but far better packaging. This move would leave the Compass to compete with the mainstream FWD crossovers from Honda, Toyota, GM, etc, while the Cherokee could revert to a boxier design with more attractive RWD proportions and luxury content from the next-generation Grand Cherokee. With that in mind, I decided to visualize what this could look like.