This is the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler

Posted on Nov 1, 2017 by

has released the first official pictures of the all-new Wrangler set to reach first customers early next year after its global debut at next month’s

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Why change a winning formula? Why indeed. So Jeep didn’t.

You’re looking at the first official images of the all-new next-generation , and if you’re thinking, “What’s the difference?”, that was kinda the whole point.

The full details will be revealed later this year at the upcoming Los Angeles auto show starting from December 1, but we already have some information thanks to numerous leaks that seem like they’ve been taking place for years.

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For starters the 2018 Wrangler will be available with a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine which will be in the base-spec, lightest model available. We also know that the off-roader will have permanent all-wheel drive available, and it will be able to tow well over 1.5-tonnes.

Once it’s officially out after LA, first customers will start receiving their 2018 Wranglers early next year. As per enthusiast demand, the car will come with the option of either soft-top or hard-top roofs, and in two-door and four-door body styles as the current outgoing model. Best of all, you’ll be able to remove the doors (and fold down the windshield) for proper off-road adventures and Jeep says it’ll be simple to do so on your own at home before you hit the desert.

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Even though the exterior looks similar to the outgoing Wrangler, the 2018 model has all-new panels and bodywork for improved aerodynamics (less drag) and safety. The big change took place on the inside with a completely new interior, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, and the latest generation Fiat-Chrysler infotainment system.

Although this is unconfirmed and purely speculative at the moment, you can expect the Pentastar 3.0-litre V6 to feature, as well as a generally much lighter structure. After the initial launch roll-out, the 2019 model year will also finally see a Wrangler pick-up truck arrive on the market that everyone’s been moaning about for ages.

And yes, you can have it with a manual transmission. And you should…

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