2018 Wrangler

BREAKING: Wrangler JL dash caught — no cammo!


Mopar news site Allpar made headlines this morning, revealing an unobstructed view of the new JL Wrangler’s dash and center stack. The new layout is decidedly more civilized and car-like, abandoning the Wrangler’s traditional spartan layout.

What do you think, is this a good move for Wrangler, or is Fiat Chrysler diluting Jeep’s iconic DNA? Leave a comment below.


More on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler:

2018 Wrangler JL leaked!

Check out this report from Extreme Terrain, including additional *unmasked* photos and full-color renderings! And, expect more here as I have it.

Early images of the 2018 Wrangler have been leaked, confirming previous rumors and backing up a lot of spy photography.

via LEAKED! First Images Of The 2018 JL Wrangler — ExtremeTerrain.com Blog

It’s getting closer …

Signs now point to the all-new-for-2018 JL Wrangler making its debut at Automobility LA, the new name for the media-only days at the 2017 Los Angles Auto Show. That would put the public reveal in late November, which closely coincides with the currently rumored production date of Nov. 13, 2017.

By the way, if you’re hoping to custom-order one of the last JK Wranglers, your last day to do so will be Friday, Sept. 29.

With Ford announcing plans for a hybrid-electric version of its iconic Mustang to reach dealers by 2020, would you support (or buy) a hybrid JL Wrangler? I’ve no doubt Fiat Chrysler has considered the potential. But, do you think the Jeep faithful would support such a radical change?

BREAKING: Diesel engine confirmed for ’18 Wrangler!

In the latest update on the 2018 JL Jeep Wrangler, we get another confirmation on engine options via a carefully captured spy photograph! Originally reported by our friends over at JLWranglerForums.com, spy photographers captured images of a Diesel Jeep Wrangler out testing in the wild! According to the spy photographers, the diesel test mule was out testing in the desert with a group of RAM 2500 HDs that user the 6.7 Cummins Turbodiesel engine.

Read the full story on the ExtremeTerrain.com Blog.