The American brand is making fans tiptoe every day, not knowing when the next bit of news will arrive to make their day – now it’s time for the first official stills with the legendary off-roader’s new interior.
Slowly, but inexorably, Jeep is delivering more information on the new generation Wrangler. In conjunction with the arrival of the more than 200 accessories from Mopar at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the brand also revealed three exterior shots with both the two and four-door versions. Now the company has decided to provide an early look at the cabin – revealing the same evolutionary pattern. Fortunately, this time around the path is steeper than on the outside, revealing a new steering wheel, some chrome bits and pieces, a focused central infotainment screen and a good dose of restyling for the entire bunch of knobs and dials.
According to Jeep, the new “Wrangler’s interior design combines authentic styling, precision craftsmanship, and high-quality materials that result in improved versatility and comfort for drivers and passengers.” The personalization elements include matching red elements on the dash, combined with the exterior hue, and we’re certain eager fans won’t be disappointed at all. The first official worldwide outing will be in front of the audience of the LA Auto Show at the end of the month, with all details and specifications most likely available by then.