Since the mid-'90's aspherical (split) driver's side mirrors have been common in Europe. The passenger side mirror may be spherical, just like in the US. In the US, there has been an effort to make aspherical (split) driver's side mirrors legal, but so far no joy. Regulations take here years and years too change. See sealed beam fiasco. Regulations didn't keep me from putting such an aspherical mirror on my Audi and drive around with it for 18 years. Strangely enough, it is legal to attach a small aspherical mirror to the flat driver side mirror, which is in my opinion not a good idea.If I remember well, mine is split only on the driver's side (left side mirror). I will try to take a pic if you like.
After having used a split mirror for the past 18 years, I would not go back to a flat driver's side mirror. Those few extra agrees FOV really help in my opinion. Adding an aspherical driver's side mirror would be my first mod.I have the split drivers side mirror. The difference on each side is quite small though.
I am not aware of any supplier who carries them in the US. I know that ECS carries things like e-codes (Euro headlights) for VW/Audi in the IS, so some vendor may sell Euro parts for Jeep. I buy that sort of thing during trips when I go visiting family, or I ask a friend to send it. Such parts may also crop up on eBay.Do you know someone who supplies them in the US?
I'm in South Carolina and I'd buy a pair of these mirrors in a heartbeat if they were available in the USA. I had a Fiat 500L that I traded in on my Renegade. My old 500L had these mirrors. It took about one week to get used to them. And after that it was just great help with seeing cars in the blind spots.Do any Euro Renagdes come with a split flat/aspherical D/S mirror?