The all-new Jeep Wrangler is quickly approaching production, and should receive an unveiling in the next few months. Either way, we at The Drive can’t wait to pop the top on the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler…whenever it arrives. The all-new Wrangler has the UConnect 8.1 inch screen found in most FCA products, as well as four auxiliary buttons for what we only can assume will be owner-purchased lightbars and winches. whether it will be powered or not), but we do know the Wrangler will still have a detachable roof and doors. With that in mind, spy photographers have been snapping shots of the truck from a distance like crazy, but few have been able to truly get a solid interior shot…until now.
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Like previous Wranglers, it seems from these photos that the all-new 2018 model will have a shallow, largely vertical dashboard. Brian WilliamsTo get the full update on everything we think we know about the upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler—including the long-awaited factory pickup truck variant—check out our continuing Wrangler coverage right here. Jeep has been working hard to keep the all-new 2018 Wrangler under wraps until its official debut, but we’ve gotten plenty of glimpses at what’s in store for the legendary 4×4 model. With the Wrangler being one of FCA’s best selling vehicles, even a relatively small manual take-rate represents sizable sales. In 2016, a Jeep representative told Jalopnik’s Andrew Collins that between 10 and 20 percent of JK Wranglers were sold with manual transmissions.
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