I'd try to not have duplicate vehicles, such as the Compass and Patriot. Since Jeep wants to expand, I'd try to offer a vehicle for each market. Of course, all of these would be off-road capable and have Solid front and rear axles. Diesel should be an option.
Jeep Car/Baby Wrangler: It would probably be a two seater, removable top, and stylized to look like a smaller Jeep Jeepster.
Wrangler: I'd bring it back to either the TJ or CJ style and put the i6 back in. If someone wants better MPG, they could use one of the other Jeeps such as the Jeep Car.
Jeep Liberty/Cherokee: I would either bring back the high selling Cherokee or fix up the Liberty. Of course, I'm a fan of the original Liberty design. If the former were done, I'd essentially leave it the same as it sold well even at it's departure in 2001. It doesn't need to be luxurious as we have the GC. If the latter, I'd get the original Liberty, as I previously said, and then add a solid front axle. I'd also make it weigh less, as it really shouldn't be as heavy as it is. Both of these vehicles would be an alternative options for the Wrangler; those who want more space and slightly
Jeep (smaller) Pickup: If the Cherokee were re-released, I'd have the MJ make a return. The MJ was a smaller pickup and I'll keep it that way. There needs to be options such as an extended bed and a v8.
Jeep (bigger) Pickup: Due to the Wrangler's Body-on-Frame design and easy modding, I'd make a CJ8 with options such as an extended bed. There is also a need for a V8. These trucks will be bigger than the MJs I previously described. Think the MJ as the Dakota and the CJ8 as Ram.
Jeep Grand Cherokee: This is a hard one, I believe the new luxury GC is selling well. But I am not a fan of it. But I guess it doesn't hurt having some luxury piece(s) in Jeep?
Jeep Wagoneer: This is a seven seater. As we know, the Wagoneer was a family luxury car back in it's day. Therefore, I guess I'd have it following it's ancestor. Of course, I would make it look like the original Wagoneer, not the mockups where it has some Durango touch.
All of these need to have metal, not plastic. This means no plastic bumpers or grills! They all also need 4wd, and not the kind that my Liberty has where you can only drive it on wet pavement. >