Jeep recently revealed at Las Vegas’ SEMA Show that it plans to debut its newest Jeep Wrangler at the end of November; during the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. While there aren’t many details as of yet, more to come at the show, however based on photos it seems the next generation Wrangler is a tad sleeker, and has bumpers more integrated within the vents and body behind the front wheels as well as the hood.
In addition, from first glance, Auto File reported that this 2018 Jeep Wrangler is a more modern version of the classic design. The Rubicon convertible has two doors, with the traditional signature removable doors and flip-down windshield. It is also being reported that the new model will have additional open-air options and will offer enhanced fuel-efficient powertrains … which could equal out to a diesel version of the Wrangler.
This next generation Jeep Wrangler will also have a classic seven-slot grille, edged with the legendary round headlights. Still, the brake lights are seemingly square (as per the photo) and are shown sitting outside the bodywork, ever-so-slightly.
It seems that the contours of the new vehicle will be softer, and the enhanced 4×4 benefits will help with heightened aerodynamics. The wheel wells are viewed as wider than the today’s model, which may mean a wider track that could help when it comes to stability during off-roading.
There also appears to be safety improvements, as well as enhanced technology to address a newly designed roll cage that seems increasingly integrated and less tubular than the Wrangler out today.
That’s all the information on the newest Jeep Wrangler, car enthusiasts will have to wait until the LA Auto Show, taking place November 29th, for additional details on model, which is being released in 2018.