You could argue that the entire Jeep brand is built around the face of the Jeep Wrangler. Can you think of an automotive design more distinctive? With a redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler on the horizon, we’re all keen to see the new grille. And it looks like we might have our best look at it yet right here.
2016 has been dominated by speculation over two things: the presidential election and what the 2018 Jeep Wrangler will look like. At least, it is if you go by your Facebook feed. And not only are we about to wrap up the voting thing, we also just got this batch of renders, the prettiest and most insightful guess at…
High on the list of “cars nobody wants messed with” is the Jeep Wrangler. These images show the new-for-2018 redesign of the iconic off-roader won’t change the formula too much.
We’ve been hearing that the next-gen 2018 Jeep Wrangler will have aluminum body parts to cut weight down. Today a report floating around the forums gives us a better idea of what that means exactly.
The Jeep Wrangler’s seven-slatted grille is one of the most famous car-faces on the road. With a new design on the horizon, we’re all wondering how much Jeep is going to mess with it. New spy shots give us some insight.
We all know the charmingly gruff Jeep Wrangler will be more modernized for the next generation “JL” due in 2018. But rumor has it the company is now asking customers how they’d feel about no more manual transmissions.
It seems almost certain that the new Jeep Wrangler will hang on to the model’s signature solid-axle off-road orientation and pretty much keep the styling we know and love. But now I’m hearing that the 2018 will have three roof configurations never seen on a stock Wrangler before.
We know the 2018 Jeep Wrangler (JL) will be sleeker than the current (JK) vehicle to pick up some fuel economy, but a solid spy shot of the prototype in profile has helped us extrapolate just about how dramatic the change will be.
Fiat Chrysler is supposedly cooking up an all-new 2.0 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine codenamed “Hurricane” that sources say will debut in the next-generation (JL) Jeep Wrangler making “nearly” 300 horsepower. Sounds like a fun Wrangler to me.
A heavily camouflaged test mule that can only be a Jeep Wrangler was just spotted outside Auburn Hill, Michigan. Spy photographer caught it in action and you can see his photos on Off-Road.com. Design details are all obscured under wraps, but the basic shape is true to the current Wrangler pictured here.