As part of the company’s 2017 third quarter results document there’s a hidden piece of evidence that confirms what the rumor mill has been touting in months – the all-new Wrangler is indeed coming up for a November reveal.
Jeep’s Wrangler has been spied, teased, rumored and leaked on countless accounts, and we’re finally nearing the moment all fans have been waiting for – the official reveal date. Thanks to the document originating directly from FCA, we now have a timeline – November, most likely closer to the month’s end, will mark the official reveal, probably online before making the trip early December for the public premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Wrangler is arriving with an updated design – of the evolutionary nature – and a new, aluminum intensive architecture, shared with the upcoming Ram 1500.
Speaking of, the new Ram 1500 is also scheduled in the official FCA release, alongside the refreshed Jeep Cherokee, arriving in January 2018, probably just in time for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Back to the Wrangler, the model is rumored to be offered with a new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder packing up to 300 hp (223 kW). We’ll know soon enough, since we can expect more teasers and details before the actual release date.