This pixel portrait delivers an extreme interpretation of the concept, so, at best, this would be a concept for a trail-rated version of the model we're discussing.
However, digital artist Kraig Kember, who is responsible for the work, has perfectly managed to portray the sense of adventure delivered by a vehicle of the sort, which could turn the usual supermarket run into a playful little trip.
For the record, we're dealing with a doodle from an automotive designer whose work you can find on multiple Toyota production vehicles, concepts and racecars.
And while the snorkel seen on this virtual contraption talks of its internal combustion engine, there would be a greater chance of Jeep introducing such a model as part of its ongoing electric revolution, perhaps as a full EV - company CEO Jeep Christian Meunier has been discussing a solid electrification plan for the past two years.
In fact, there have been multiple recent reports talking about Jeep expanding its lineup at both ends in the next few years (we've all seen the upcoming Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer at the top), so a rugged, compact Jeep might just come to the showroom sooner than we think.
Of course, getting off the beaten path requires the sort of trust that might be difficult to gain with the limitations of the current battery technology, but, given the expected advances on this front, terms such as "range anxiety" could become obsolete by the end of the decade.