We’re getting back to the treats for Jeep Wrangler fans, after a period of slack in which we’ve been given Internet treats of other noteworthy models, such as the Renault Megane RS.
Somebody from the JLWranglerForums.com seems to have stumbled upon a fully uncamouflaged next-generation Jeep Wrangler, or let’s say part of it – with the photo allegedly snatched by someone visiting the factory floor of the Toledo assembly facility. This is supported by the plastic on the seats and the safety vests being worn by people going about their business the background, and by the looks and quality of the still, it has been snatched in a hurry – perhaps while security was looking away for a second. So far, pre-production prototypes of the Wrangler seen out and about by spy photographers have worn heavy camouflage – and for good measure.
As far as we can tell, there are numerous changes to be seen at the front end – we can distinguish a sculpted recess on the fender, an engine bay air intake, as well as other interesting bits and pieces, perhaps influenced by the current Rubicon. The same rumor venue also talked a few weeks ago about the possible introduction venue for the Jeep Wrangler – this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show in December. The model is expected to be motivated by a 3.6-liter V6 with manual or automatic gearbox, a new turbocharged 2.0-liter four cylinder as well as a new diesel that would become available later on in 2019.